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Thomas Campbell (1777-1844), Poet

Sitter in 20 portraits
Poet. Immensely popular in his own day, but now chiefly remembered for his war-songs, 'Hohenlinden' and 'Ye Mariners of England'. His diffidence led Walter Scott to write, 'He is afraid of the shadow that his own fame casts before him'.

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1429

Thomas Campbell

by John Henning
pencil, 1813
NPG 1429

198

Thomas Campbell

by Sir Thomas Lawrence
oil on canvas, circa 1820
NPG 198

4026(10)

Thomas Campbell

by Alfred, Count D'Orsay
pencil and chalk, 1832
NPG 4026(10)

2515(93)

Thomas Campbell

by William Brockedon
black and red chalk, 1842
NPG 2515(93)

D32572

Thomas Campbell

by James Godby, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D32572

D20316

Thomas Campbell

by James Godby, published by John Lee, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D20316

D32571

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel Freeman, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, published 1812
NPG D32571

D1203

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Thomas Phillips
mezzotint, published 1822 (1818)
NPG D1203

D1204

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Thomas Phillips
mezzotint, published 1822 (1818)
NPG D1204

D20303

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel William Reynolds, after James Lonsdale
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D20303

D32575

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel William Reynolds, after James Lonsdale
mezzotint, published 1827
NPG D32575

D32576

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel William Reynolds, after James Lonsdale
mezzotint, published 1827
NPG D32576

D12229

Thomas Campbell

by John Burnet, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
line engraving, published 1828
NPG D12229

D34557

Thomas Campbell

after Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, (early 1830s)
NPG D34557

D32574

Thomas Campbell

by Samuel Cousins, and by Henry Cousins, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1834
NPG D32574

D12230

Thomas Campbell

by Joseph John Jenkins, published by Fisher Son & Co, after Daniel Maclise
stipple engraving, published 1844
NPG D12230

D32577

Thomas Campbell

by William Overend Geller, after Thomas Clement Thompson
mezzotint, 1847
NPG D32577

D1205

Thomas Campbell

by and published by William Overend Geller, after Thomas Clement Thompson
mezzotint, published 1847
NPG D1205

D32573

Thomas Campbell

by John Henry Robinson, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, 1848
NPG D32573

D20086

Thomas Campbell

by and published by William Overend Geller, after Thomas Clement Thompson
mezzotint, published 1847
NPG D20086

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