The National Portrait Gallery's Character Sketches is a series of compact guides devoted to literary, artistic and historic personalities, circles and themes. Each volume examines the characters and relationships that gave each group its identity and importance. Vivid, thought-provoking and intriguing, each book is fully illustrated throughout with paintings, drawings, sculptures and photographs from the Gallery. Written by a well-known specialist, each book presents a unique view of some of the best-known personalities and themes in British culture from past and present.
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Thomas Woolner 182592
William Michael Rossetti 18291919
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