Three-quarters length portrait; seated on a fine Georgian II chair, with golden decoration; he wears a grey overcoat, grey britches, blue-grey hose, white cravat, white lace cuffs and a fine blue waistcoat; on a table to his left there is a quill standing in an inkwell, books and a piece of paper; a red curtain is draped behind this.
Scott is portrayed in caricature, facing left; he wears black academic dress and collar; he is swinging a whip in his right hand at a spinning top on the left; on the right is a mortar board; the background shows Little Dean's Yard facing East, with the archway up School.
Three-quarters length portrait; he is turned to the left, but is portrayed full face; he wears black academic dress and collar; in his left hand is a piece of paper, in the right a quill; the background is mostly red. Inscribed bottom right: 'E Champion Dec. 1876'.
The portrait (of which very few engravings exist) shows him standing with his head thrust forward belligerently and holding in one hand the strap with which he used to belabour junior boys who interrupted him in his work. It was a time-honoured joke to send unsuspecting new boys to provoke his wrath, and in his other hand is a piece of paper on which can just be discerned the words: Please give the bearer two measures of strap-oil. [Source: The Elizabethan December 1965 p386]. Three-quarter length, wearing a brown coat and a red tie Signed l.l.: Hayes pinxit
Half-length portrait, wearing a brown overcoat over a black waistcoat , and a white shirt; he is full face, to the left is a view of the Burlington Arch with a scholar standing by it, beyond blue sky and a part of a tree. Subject is College John, possibly one of the Lloyd family.
Three-quarters length portrait of Jackson seated in a chair, full face, wearing black academic dress and collar; his hands are clasped; to the left is red drapery and to the right a pillar supporting springers of a late perpendicular style.