Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Bust of Locke in the Long Room Trinity College Library, Dublin.




The Marble Bust of Locke 
in the Long Room Trinity College Library, 
Dublin.
Peter Scheemakers
Signed PS. Ft

All of the busts of Locke are based on the original portrait by Godfrey Kneller



















Portrait of John Locke, half-length to front, with head turned to look towards right; wearing a loose gown over shirt with high collar; in an oval frame decorated with Acanthus leaves on top, placed on a pedestal, with coat of arms in front; after Kneller.  1713  Engraving


John Locke
after Godfrey Kneller
George Vertue
251 x 162 mm.
1713

© The Trustees of the British Museum

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.Portrait of John Locke, half-length to front, with head turned to look towards right; wearing a loose gown over shirt with high collar; in an oval frame decorated with Acanthus leaves on top, placed on a pedestal, with coat of arms in front; after Kneller

John Locke
Engraving after Godfrey Kneller
by George Vertue
178 x 101 mm. 
1720.

© The Trustees of the British Museum 

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Portrait, half length in an oval frame, open collar and gown. 1721  Mezzotint

John Locke

Mezzotint after Kneller 
John Smith
346 x 250 mm.
1721.


© The Trustees of the British Museum 

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Portrait, half length, statue in an oval niche, facing front, directed towards right, with a cape draped around his shoulders and an open collar; one of five plates; state published by C Bowles.  Mezzotint


Marble Bust of John Locke.

from the bust by Guelfi in Queen Carolines Hermitage at Richmond.
Mezzotint John Faber the Younger
354 x 253 mm
c.1740
© The Trustees of the British Museum 


For an in depth article on Queen Carolines Hermitage and the sculpture

see my blog entries - http://http://bathartandarchitecture.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/queen-carolines-hermitage-at-richmond.html

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John Locke, portrait, almost half-length in ovals formed of palm branches, directed to right, looking towards the viewer, wearing loose gown over an open shirt, own hair; from a set of six.  Mezzotint
John Locke 
Mezzotint Francis Kyte
from Worthies of Britain
cut from the larger plate of four worthies
(see below)

174 x 123 mm


Worthies of Britain, by Francis Kyte, after 1725 - NPG D1443 - © National Portrait Gallery, London


Mezzotint Francis Kyte

350 x 250 mm.
National Portrait Gallery



Portrait of John Locke; half length, head turned towards  right; wearing a loose gown over shirt with high open collar; with short hair; in oval frame with books, branches, and title on cartuoche below.  Etching and engraving

John Locke
Engraving after Kneller
Anon.
167 x 105 mm.
c 1750.

© The Trustees of the British Museum 

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John Locke

The original oil on canvas
now in the Hermitage
1697
From the Collection of Sir Robert Walpole
 at Houghton Hall, Norfolk.


76 x 64 cms

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John Locke, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt, (1704) - NPG 550 - © National Portrait Gallery, London


John Locke 
Oil on Canvas 
after the original by Kneller of 1704
749 x 622 mm.
on display at Westminster School

National Portrait Gallery.

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John Locke, by Jean Dassier, 1704 - NPG D7041 - © National Portrait Gallery, London


John Locke
Medallion by Dassier
43 mm
NPG.

see my previous blog post on Dassiers British Worthies of c. 1733. 

http://bathartandarchitecture.blogspot.co.uk/search?q=Dassier+Locke

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