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Douglas William Jerrold

(1803-1857), Journalist and playwright

Sitter in 12 portraits
Author; established his reputation as a playwright with Black-eyed Susan, 1829; contributed to many periodicals, including the Athenaeum and Punch; enjoyed great reputation as a wit.

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Douglas William Jerrold, by Sir Daniel Macnee - NPG 292

Douglas William Jerrold

by Sir Daniel Macnee
oil on canvas, 1853
NPG 292

Douglas William Jerrold, by Edward Hodges Baily - NPG 942

Douglas William Jerrold

by Edward Hodges Baily
marble bust, 1853
NPG 942

Douglas William Jerrold, by Hugh Welch Diamond - NPG P619

Douglas William Jerrold

by Hugh Welch Diamond
albumen print, circa 1856
NPG P619

Douglas William Jerrold, by (George) Herbert Watkins - NPG P301(121)

Douglas William Jerrold

by (George) Herbert Watkins
albumen print, arched top, late 1850s
NPG P301(121)

Douglas William Jerrold, by United Association of Photography Limited, after  Hugh Welch Diamond - NPG Ax7507

Douglas William Jerrold

by United Association of Photography Limited, after Hugh Welch Diamond
wothlytype carte-de-visite, 1865 (circa 1856)
NPG Ax7507

Douglas William Jerrold, by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, after  Hugh Welch Diamond - NPG x197120

Douglas William Jerrold

by London Stereoscopic & Photographic Company, after Hugh Welch Diamond
albumen carte-de-visite, (circa 1856)
NPG x197120

Douglas William Jerrold, by John Sartain, after a photograph by  Richard Beard - NPG D3171

Douglas William Jerrold

by John Sartain, after a photograph by Richard Beard
mezzotint, 1840s-1850s
NPG D3171

Douglas William Jerrold, by John Sartain, after a photograph by  Richard Beard - NPG D3172

Douglas William Jerrold

by John Sartain, after a photograph by Richard Beard
mezzotint, 1840s-1850s
NPG D3172

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Douglas William Jerrold

by (George) Herbert Watkins
albumen print, late 1850s
NPG P301(120)

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Douglas William Jerrold

by John & Charles Watkins
albumen carte-de-visite
NPG x18866

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Douglas William Jerrold

by Edward Matthew Ward
pencil, 1853
NPG D10874

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