Byron Portrait Gallery

These, chronologically ordered, are some of the best-known portraits of Byron:

Byron at nineteen years old (engraved after an 1808 portrait by George Sanders)
Byron at nineteen years old (engraved after an 1808 portrait by George Sanders)
replica by Thomas Phillips, oil on canvas, circa 1835 (1813)
replica by Thomas Phillips, oil on canvas, circa 1835 (1813)
by Richard Westall, oil on canvas, 1813
by Richard Westall, oil on canvas, 1813
The "Cloak" Portrait by Thomas Phillips (1814)
The “Cloak” Portrait by Thomas Phillips (1814)
by Henry Meyer, published by  T. Cadell & W. Davies, after  George Henry Harlow, stipple engraving, published 30 January 1816
by Henry Meyer, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after George Henry Harlow, stipple engraving, published 30 January 1816
marble bust of Byron by Thorwaldsen (1817)
marble bust of Byron by Thorwaldsen (1817)
by Henry Meyer, after  James Holmes, stipple engraving printed in colours, 1818
by Henry Meyer, after James Holmes, stipple engraving printed in colours, 1818
statue of Byron by Thorwaldsen (1831) in library of Trinity College, Cambridge
statue of Byron by Thorwaldsen (1831) in library of Trinity College, Cambridge
by James Tilbitts Willmore, after  William Westall, stipple engraving, circa 1850
“Byron Contemplating the Coliseum” by James Tilbitts Willmore, after William Westall, stipple engraving, circa 1850

(images 2, 3, 5-8 courtesy of National Portrait Gallery)