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Follow the links below to pages on the major portraits of Sir
Walter Scott, on the original artists, and on the engravers and
copyists who did so much to stamp the image of Scott on the nineteenth-century
- Pages on the composition of original portraits of Scott
with extracts from Scott's correspondence and Journal.
- Pages on the artists and sculptors who prepared original
portraits of Scott with further samples of their work.
- Images of engravings and copies of portraits of Scott
held in the Corson Collection.
- Information on engravers and copyists of portraits of
Scott, with further samples of their work.
Click on the
thumbnail to see a photograph of 'Sir Walter
Scott and His Literary Friends at Abbotsford'
by Thomas Faed. It was painted in 1849 working
from existing portraits of Scott and his contemporaries.
Last updated: 22-Mar-2005
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