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Sir Henry Barkly

An interview with former National Portrait Gallery Director, Andrew Sayers, who describes the portrait of Sir Henry Barkly by Thomas Clark.

Interview with Andrew Sayers
Video: 2 minutes

Images from article in “The La Trobe Journal” No 62 Spring 1998, Images of Empire, Sir Henry Barkly’s Photograph Album, 1858 -1877

‘The “Nawab of Ferrukhabad” banished from India for life because of his crimes during the Mutiny, now residing in Mecca. Ought to have been hanged.’ Barkly Collection by unknown artist, date unknown

Captain Downs’ Villa at St Louis on Mauritius. Collection: Barkly Collection by unknown artist, date unknown

Sir Henry Barkly, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., Governor of Victoria by  Thomas Clark, 1864

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2 portraits

1Sir Henry Barkly, c. 1863 Batchelder & O'Neill. 2Portrait of His Excellency Sir Henry Barkly, Governor of Victoria, c. 1864 Thomas Clark.
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