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Michael Angelo Wageman

(1820 or 1821-1898), Artist; son of Thomas Charles Wageman

Sitter associated with 2 portraits
Artist associated with 4 portraits
Michael Angelo Wageman was a watercolour artist. He travelled to North America and produced paintings (now lost) of scenes from the American Revolution such as Washington Entering Trenton after which prints survive. He returned to England before 1881 and died in Acton in 1898.

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A young girl holding a small bird, possibly after Michael Angelo Wageman - NPG D42543

A young girl holding a small bird

possibly after Michael Angelo Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42543

Unknown sitter, possibly after Michael Angelo Wageman - NPG D42557

Unknown sitter

possibly after Michael Angelo Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42557

Portrait of a lady wit, possibly after Michael Angelo Wageman - NPG D42558

Portrait of a lady wit

possibly after Michael Angelo Wageman
lithograph, after 1800
NPG D42558

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