Joseph Mathias Negelen (1792-1870), Artist
Artist associated with 12 portraits
by Joseph Mathias Negelen, printed by Graf & Soret, published by John Mitchellcoloured lithograph, published 21 May 1835NPG D34979
by Joseph Mathias Negelen, printed by Graf & Soret, published by John Mitchelllithograph, published 21 May 1835NPG D34980
by Joseph Mathias Negelen, printed by Graf & Soret, published by John Mitchelllithograph, published 21 May 1835NPG D34981
by Joseph Mathias Negelen, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandellithograph, circa 1838NPG D37322
by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, printed by McQueen (Macqueen), published by John Mitchell, published by Rittner & Goupil, after Joseph Mathias Negelenstipple engraving, published 27 August 1839NPG D34978
Sir John Franklin
by Louis Haghe, after Joseph Mathias Negelenlithograph, 1880sNPG D2370
Sir James Clark Ross
by Joseph Mathias Negelen, printed by Jérémie Graflithograph, early 19th centuryNPG D39879
after Joseph Mathias Negelenlithograph, (1837)NPG D37794
by Thomas Herbert Maguire, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Joseph Mathias Negelenlithograph, (1837)NPG D37795
by D.J. Pound, published by The London Joint Stock Newspaper Company, after Joseph Mathias Negelenline and stipple engraving, 1850s (1837)NPG D37796
by Charles Baugniet, after Joseph Mathias Negelenlithograph, 1856NPG D41700
by Charles Baugniet, after Joseph Mathias Negelenlithograph, 1856NPG D41701
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