Portrait of Michael Foster (1836-1907) John Collier
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Portrait of Michael Foster (1836-1907)
Head and shoulders study of Foster, the head and line of sight angled to the viewer's left. Foster has a white beard, apparently slightly yellowed, and white hair parted at his left. He is shown in a black jacket with a white shirt and red tie. This is a copy detail, by Collier, of his larger 1907 portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, London. Michael Foster was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1872.
Original: oil on canvas, 609x508mm. ca. 1908
- Image reference: RS-9269
- The Royal Society
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