A portrait was an artistic depiction of an individual, usually featuring the face.
Examples of portraits Edit
Johann Illes only ever made one portrait, which was of the Unique Lady. When the Unique Lady heard rumours of him painting a portrait of Arabella Horsley, making his portrait of her not unique, she had him killed. (PROSE: The Last Dodo)
The Tenth Doctor visited the National Portrait Gallery and saw a painting of T.S. Eliot there. It was signed by M. Silligton in 1940. The Doctor supposed that it was the same M. Sillington that he met at Gallows Gate Road. (PROSE: Number 1, Gallows Gate Road)
Upon death, a Gråttite's body would be buried in a graveyard and their portrait hung in the Whispering Gallery. The portrait would have the Gråttite's last stream of consciousness embedded within it. (COMIC: The Whispering Gallery)
Portraits of the Doctor Edit
The Doctor commissioned Andy Warhol to paint a portrait of all his first eleven incarnations. In the summer of 1966, every Thursday, eleven incarnations would visit Warhol. (PROSE: The War of Art) In place of the War Doctor, however, there was a silhouette. The Eleventh Doctor did not know where to hang the finished artwork in the TARDIS. (COMIC: The Girl Who Loved Doctor Who)