James M Pryse saw, after Blavatsky's death, the new HPB in a body of a young man.  Mrs Lloyd made a portrait of this young man.  The portrait was labelled the Rajah.

 

I seem to recall seeing it in a book somewhere - but which one?  If anyone knows of an online copy (or the book it was in) of that Rajah portrait, please share it. 

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Here is Pryse recalling the portrait, seeing the new HPB, the future of the TS etc.:

http://www.blavatskyarchives.com/pryse.htm
As far as I'm aware, the only time this portrait was published was on the cover of the Jan. 2004 issue of Theosophical History.
Apropos to this is a mystical portrait of Blavatsky done by George Russell (AE) that might be of interest. I saw it while I was in Dublin a couple of years ago.  I now see it is on the internet: http://213.198.112.54/newsitem.shtml?id=296&start_page=15

The blurb at the Apollo Gallery says nothing about it being a "mystical portrait" of HPB.  Why do you think it might be?

It would be cool if some techie could scan that Theo. History cover so we could see  Mrs Lloyd's painting.

Jerry Hejka-Ekins said:

Apropos to this is a mystical portrait of Blavatsky done by George Russell (AE) that might be of interest. I saw it while I was in Dublin a couple of years ago.  I now see it is on the internet: http://213.198.112.54/newsitem.shtml?id=296&start_page=15

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