Shown as colonel of his army regiment. His early career was as an active-duty officer in the Royal Navy, the army connection shown here was ceremonial. I think this is the least well-done of the set, especially due to the unconvincing depiction of the King's body. Perhaps Berrie did the head during sittings and painted the uniform dressed on a mannequin in his studio .
Another lesser work. I have no date for this, but it was probably painted early in George V's reign.
Oswald Birley - 1928
Here the King is not dressed in ceremonial attire.
Sir Arthur Stockdale Cope - 1928
A formal royal portrait. His dress naval uniform beneath the robe is nearly the same as the one below, pictured 17 years earlier.
Sir Luke Fildes - 1911
This is a portrait of George V in his coronation robes.
Solomon J. Solomon - 1914
Solomon is probably best known for his non-portrait work. This panting is more of a sketch than a finished work, and it's not signed. It's the only "casual" portrayal in the set shown here.