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Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt

(1788-1850), Prime Minister

Sitter associated with 220 portraits
Statesman; leader of the Tory Party; Prime Minister, 1834-5, 1839, and 1841-6, his last administration one of the greatest of the period; resigned after splitting his party with his decision to repeal the Corn Laws; the dominant political figure of the 1840s.

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Political Conveyancer (King George IV; Elizabeth Conyngham (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham; Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington; Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt)

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published circa January 1828
NPG D46065

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Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by Joseph Dickinson
lithograph, circa 1829
NPG D39585

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The Wellinton [Wellington] Testimonial

by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published May 1829
NPG D46038

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A Turn-Up among the Big 'Uns!!!

by John Phillips, published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published 26 June 1829
NPG D46041

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The Bull in Jeopardy; or, the Curs triumpant

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 19 October 1829
NPG D46049

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Farmer Encombe setting on the famous Cumberland terrier to drag the Great Hanover Rat out of mischief

possibly by John Phillips, published by George Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published March 1829
NPG D46050

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The Battle of the Petitions, a Farce now performing with great applause at both Houses

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published circa March 1829
NPG D46062

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View on the Windsor Road

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published circa April 1829
NPG D46063

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Take Care of Your Pockets - A Hint to the Orthodox

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 2 June 1829
NPG D46066

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Daring & Impudent Robbery!!!

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 6 October 1829
NPG D46068

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Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt ('The Cad to the Man Wot Drives the Sovereign')

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published April 1829
NPG D46071

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Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt

after Unknown artist
anaglyptograph, mid 19th century
NPG D39598

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A Voice from Paris - or broad hints to Deaf & Blind Rulers!!!

by Henry Heath, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 1830
NPG D46034

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Long Expected Come at Last. Or the only Besom of Reform

by Henry Heath, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 1830
NPG D46035

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Detection. A Scene in the West

by John Phillips, published by E. King
hand-coloured etching, published 22 November 1830
NPG D46042

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Partial Distress.

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 16 February 1830
NPG D46043

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A Patriotic Toast

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 25 February 1830
NPG D46046

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Rebellion in the School of Reform

published by John Fairburn
hand-coloured etching, published 21 March 1831
NPG D46059

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The Cumberland Fishwoman from the Borough Market

published by John Fairburn
hand-coloured etching, published 20 July 1831
NPG D46061

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The Modern Canute, or the Just Rebuke

by Criticus
hand-coloured lithograph, circa 1832
NPG D46051

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