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Sir Frederick Stanley Maude (1864-1917), Lieutenant-General

Sitter in 4 portraits
Lieutenant-General. Maude played a conspicuous role in evacuating Allied troops at Gallipoli (1915) before taking command of the Mesopotamian army in 1916. Maude died of cholera in Baghdad.

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Sir Frederick Stanley Maude

by Edmund Joseph Sullivan
pen and ink, 1917
NPG 6110

1954

General Officers of World War I

by John Singer Sargent
oil on canvas, 1922
On display in Room 30 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1954

x21261

Sir Frederick Stanley Maude

by Maull & Fox
bromide cabinet card, 1917 or before
NPG x21261

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Sir Frederick Stanley Maude

by Maull & Fox
vintage print, 1917 or before
NPG x21262

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