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Thomas Charles Wageman

(1787-1863), Painter, printmaker and draughtsman

Sitter associated with 2 portraits
Artist associated with 262 portraits
Thomas Charles Wageman was exceptionally prolific and produced hundreds of portraits. Much of the prints made after his watercolours and drawings of actors and actresses were published in Dolby's British Theatre, Proprietors of the London Stage by Sherwood, Jones & Co., Oxberry's Dramatic Biography, Finden's Dramatic Works and Cumberland's British and Minor Theatres.

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James Henry Leigh Hunt, by Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG 4505

James Henry Leigh Hunt

by Thomas Charles Wageman
pencil, 1815
NPG 4505

Edmund Kean, by Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG 4623

Edmund Kean

by Thomas Charles Wageman
pencil, 1827
NPG 4623

W. Santer, probably after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38608

W. Santer

probably after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, after 1800
NPG D38608

Unknown sitter, after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42537

Unknown sitter

after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42537

Unknown sitter, probably after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42546

Unknown sitter

probably after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, after 1800
NPG D42546

Unknown sitter, probably after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42547

Unknown sitter

probably after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42547

Unknown sitter, possibly by or after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42555

Unknown sitter

possibly by or after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42555

Unknown sitter, by J.M. Johnson, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42556

Unknown sitter

by J.M. Johnson, after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42556

Anne Fawcett (née Gaudry), probably after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38674

Anne Fawcett (née Gaudry)

probably after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, 19th century
NPG D38674

William Dowton, by Thomas Charles Wageman, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D9301

William Dowton

by Thomas Charles Wageman, after Samuel De Wilde
coloured etching, published 1 May 1808
On display in Room 24 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG D9301

William Dowton, by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by  I. Clark, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D35381

William Dowton

by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by I. Clark, after Samuel De Wilde
etching, published 1 May 1808
NPG D35381

John Fawcett as Whimsiculo in Dibdin's 'The Cabinet', by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by  I. Clark, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D36675

John Fawcett as Whimsiculo in Dibdin's 'The Cabinet'

by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by I. Clark, after Samuel De Wilde
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 14 June 1808
NPG D36675

George William Manby, by Edward Francis Finden, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38175

George William Manby

by Edward Francis Finden, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D38175

John Harland, after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38545

John Harland

after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, after 1808
NPG D38545

Monument to Horatio Nelson, by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by  John Clark, published by and after  George Ballisat - NPG D38487

Monument to Horatio Nelson

by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by John Clark, published by and after George Ballisat
stipple engraving, published 1 April 1810
NPG D38487

Richard Turner, probably after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D39462

Richard Turner

probably after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, 1810s-1830s
NPG D39462

Thomas Charles Wageman, by Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38596

Thomas Charles Wageman

by Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, 1816
NPG D38596

John Pritt Harley as Jack Phantom in the Farce of Frighten'd to Death, by, published by and after Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38606

John Pritt Harley as Jack Phantom in the Farce of Frighten'd to Death

by, published by and after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1817
NPG D38606

James William Wallack, by Thomas Woolnoth, published by  William Cribb, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38013

James William Wallack

by Thomas Woolnoth, published by William Cribb, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1818
NPG D38013

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