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Daniel Maclise (1806-1870), History and portrait painter

Sitter associated with 17 portraits
Artist associated with 107 portraits
Historical painter and portraitist from Cork; his enormous frescoes of The Meeting of Wellington and Blücher at Waterloo and The Death of Nelson were two of the most successful works commissioned for the Houses of Parliament.

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3329

William Charles Macready

attributed to Daniel Maclise
watercolour
NPG 3329

3028

William Jerdan

by Daniel Maclise
watercolour, published 1830
NPG 3028

1953

Letitia Elizabeth Landon (Mrs Maclean)

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, black chalk and stump, circa 1830-1835
NPG 1953

3030

Winthrop Mackworth Praed

by Daniel Maclise
watercolour and pencil, circa 1830-1835
NPG 3030

5514

John Gibson Lockhart

by Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, watercolour and pencil, corners diagonally cut, 1830
NPG 5514

5513

William Maginn

by Daniel Maclise
pencil and watercolour, 1830
NPG 5513

1458

John Constable

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, circa 1831
NPG 1458

3092

Isaac D'Israeli

after Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, circa 1832
NPG 3092

3093

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield

by or after Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, circa 1833
NPG 3093

5170

George Cruikshank

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, 1833
NPG 5170

3029

William Dunlop

by Daniel Maclise
pencil and watercolour, 1833
NPG 3029

3655

William Harrison Ainsworth

by Daniel Maclise
oil on canvas, circa 1834
NPG 3655

2087

John Baldwin Buckstone

by Daniel Maclise
oil on canvas, circa 1836
On display in Room 24 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2087

1172

Charles Dickens

by Daniel Maclise
oil on canvas, 1839
On display in Room 24 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1172

4209

William Makepeace Thackeray

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, circa 1840
NPG 4209

D9003

Dionysius Lardner

by Daniel Maclise, published by James Fraser
lithograph, 1830s
NPG D9003

D34530

Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux

after Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, (early 1830s)
NPG D34530

D34531

Samuel Rogers

after Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, (published 1830)
NPG D34531