Mixed method engraving on india laid paper, proof before title. 590 x 460mm. 23¼ x 18". A few worm holes to left side of plate and image.
A youthful Queen Victoria (1819-1901)by John Partridge (1790 - 1872), a pupil of Thomas Phillips. In 1840 he painted this portrait of the queen and one of Prince Albert, which were exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1841, and were engraved in line respectively by John Henry Robinson, R.A., and George Thomas Doo, R.A. These works were very successful, and in 1842 Partridge was appointed ‘Portrait-painter Extraordinary to Her Majesty.
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