Sir John Franklin (1786-1847), Arctic explorer
Sitter in 8 portraits
Sir John Franklin
replica by Thomas Phillipsoil on canvas, 1828On display on the Staircase Hall at Bodelwyddan CastleNPG 903
by Pierre-Jean David D'Angersbronze medallion, 1829NPG 5435
by William Brockedonblack and red chalk, 1836NPG 2515(81)
by Andrea Carlo Lucchesibronze bust, 1898NPG 1230
by Louis Haghe, after Joseph Mathias Negelenlithograph, 1880sNPG D2370
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
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