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F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.') (active 1890)

Artist of 13 portraits
In the 1890s and early 1900s Dalton was one of an international group of artists who worked for Vanity Fair magazine. They produced caricatures of many of the leading characters of the day, including artists, athletes, royalty, statesmen, scientists, authors, actors, soldiers and scholars. He signed his works 'F.T.D.'.

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2974

Sir George Archibald Leach

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 21 December 1896
NPG 2974

2964

Charles Stewart Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 6th Marquess of Londonderry

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 6 February 1896
NPG 2964

2706

Mandell Creighton

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 22 April 1897
NPG 2706

3273

Sir George Farwell

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 15 November 1900
NPG 3273

D44760

Samuel Reynolds Hole ('Men of the Day. No. 624.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 18 July 1895
NPG D44760

D44789

Charles Stewart Vane-Tempest-Stewart, 6th Marquess of Londonderry ('Statesmen. No. 665.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 6 February 1896
NPG D44789

D44836

Sir George Archibald Leach ('Men of the Day. No. 667.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 31 December 1896
NPG D44836

D44852

Mandell Creighton ('Statesmen. No. 683.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 22 April 1897
NPG D44852

D44862

Sir Edward Ridley ('Judges. No. 49.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 1 July 1897
NPG D44862

D44907

Robert Eyton ('Men of the Day. No. 713.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 19 May 1898
NPG D44907

D44985

Thomas Fowler ('Men of the Day. No. 763.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 2 November 1899
NPG D44985

D44992

John William Strutt, 3rd Baron Rayleigh ('Statesmen. No. 716.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 21 December 1899
NPG D44992

D45039

Sir George Farwell ('Judges. No. 58.')

by F.T. Dalton ('F.T.D.')
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 15 November 1900
NPG D45039

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