Painting, oil on canvas, portrait of Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-1859), by John Callcott Horsley, 1848. Depicts Brunel full length, standing, dressed in grey trousers, a frock coat, white shirt and black cravat. His left hand rests on a set of plans, on a table covered with a red cloth. Brunel was married to the artist's sister, Mary Elizabeth Horsely.
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