Other stuff that caught my eye: Tom Paine with the gaunt, goaty look of the radical - Ken Loach, Jeremy Corbyn; Sir John Fielding, the great and just magistrate, somehow appropriately blind (the painter someone called Nathaniel Hone); the deceptively soft-faced Edmund Burke by Reynolds; Lawrence's disdainful Wellington. There are first class Reynolds portraits of Laurence Sterne and Joseph Banks. JR much better than I remember him being. The face I liked best after Wilberforce's is that of Lord Mansfield, by Copley. Mansfield, like Wilberforce, was a good man, and he looks it.
No postcards for any of them (fine if you want Bowie, Kate Moss or Tracey Emin; Keats gets a card but not Wordsworth).
Big Picasso portraits show on: crowds. I liked wandering back into the 18th century.