Portrait of John Scott Russell (1808-1882) by Lock and Whitfield

Portrait of John Scott Russell (1808-1882)

Lock and Whitfield

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Portrait of John Scott Russell (1808-1882)

Lock and Whitfield

Head and shoulders portrait of Russell looking to the right as viewed and wearing holly leaves in his lapel. Oval within a printed decorative border. Printed inscription: "JOHN SCOTT RUSSELL. Lock and Whitfield. Woodbury Process". With an original printed sheet containing a brief biography of the subject. John Scott Russell was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1838.

Original: woodburytype print. 1878

  • Image ref: RS-3420
  • The Royal Society

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