John Collier (January 27, 1850 - April 11, 1934) was a British writer and painter in the Pre-Raphaelite style. He was one of the most prominent portrait painters of his generation.
About John Collier: John Collier was from a talented and successful family. His grandfather was a Quaker merchant who became a Member of Parliament. His father who was a Member of Parliament, Attorney General and, for many years, a full-time judge of the Privy Council was created the first Lord Monkswell. He was also a member of the Royal Society of British Artists.
Public collections of John Collier Paintings
Sixteen of His works are now in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery in London, two in the Tate Gallery and one in the Uffizi in Florence which presumably commissioned it as part of its celebrated collection of artists' self portraits.