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George Payne Rainsford James
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1846NPG 1259
by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, exhibited 1847NPG 1224
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, circa 1850NPG 905
Sir Francis Beaufort
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850On display at Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bonn, GermanyNPG 918
Frederick William Beechey
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850NPG 911
Sir Richard Collinson
replica by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1850-1886NPG 914
William Alexander Baillie Hamilton
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850NPG 908
Sir Henry Kellett
replica by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1850-1886NPG 915
replica by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850-1886NPG 917
replica by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1850-1886NPG 916
Sir William Edward Parry
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850NPG 912
Sir John Richardson
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850NPG 909
Sir James Clark Ross
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850NPG 913
Sir Edward Sabine
by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, 1850NPG 907
The Arctic Council planning a search for Sir John Franklin
by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1851NPG 1208
Joseph René Bellot
by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1851NPG 1227
Sir Edward Augustus Inglefield
by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, exhibited 1853NPG 1223
replica by Stephen Pearceoil on millboard, late 19th century, based on a work of 1853NPG 921
by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1853NPG 1225
by Stephen Pearceoil on canvas, 1853NPG 1209
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