Sir Frederick Leighton, Bart., P.R.A., D.C.L., LL.D.

George Frederic Watts RA (1817-1904)

M. Klinkicht, engraver

Source: Magazine of Art 11 (1888): 237

“For more than one reason Mr. G. F. Watts's portrait of Sir Frederick Leighton is attractive beyond most of his works in this branch of art. The subject, in the first place, is a good one. The handsome and commanding face and figure of the President in his Doctor's robes present an opportunity not often offered for producing a picturesque portrait.” [Continued below]

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