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John Edward Redmond

(1856-1918), Irish political leader

Sitter in 20 portraits
Irish leader; leader of Panellites, 1891, chairman of re-united Irish party, 1900; supported land purchase policy; after 1916 uprising lost control to extremists.

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John Edward Redmond, by Sir Leslie Ward - NPG 2982

John Edward Redmond

by Sir Leslie Ward
watercolour, published in Vanity Fair 12 November 1892
NPG 2982

John Edward Redmond, by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.G.') - NPG 2855

John Edward Redmond

by Sir Francis Carruthers Gould ('F.C.G.')
pen and ink, 1900s?
NPG 2855

John Edward Redmond, by Sir Leslie Ward - NPG 2983

John Edward Redmond

by Sir Leslie Ward
watercolour, 7 July 1904
NPG 2983

John Edward Redmond, by Harold Speed - NPG 5123

John Edward Redmond

by Harold Speed
sanguine, 1907
NPG 5123

John Edward Redmond, by John George Day - NPG 2916a

John Edward Redmond

by John George Day
etching, 1913
NPG 2916a

John Edward Redmond, by Mayall & Co, published by  Eglington & Co - NPG Ax27653

John Edward Redmond

by Mayall & Co, published by Eglington & Co
carbon print, published 1893
NPG Ax27653

John Edward Redmond, by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone - NPG x35014

John Edward Redmond

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, July 1897
NPG x35014

John Edward Redmond, by George Charles Beresford - NPG x12908

John Edward Redmond

by George Charles Beresford
vintage print, 1902
NPG x12908

John Edward Redmond, by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone - NPG x35015

John Edward Redmond

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 1905
NPG x35015

John Edward Redmond ('the Irish petrel'), by Sir Leslie Ward, printed by  Vincent Brooks, Day & Son - NPG D32636

John Edward Redmond ('the Irish petrel')

by Sir Leslie Ward, printed by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son
chromolithograph, published 7 July 1904
NPG D32636

John Edward Redmond, by Sir Leslie Ward - NPG D7694

John Edward Redmond

by Sir Leslie Ward
pen and ink, study for drawing published in Vanity Fair 7 July 1904
NPG D7694

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John Edward Redmond

by George Charles Beresford
dry-plate glass negative, 1902
NPG x6567

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'Silver Wedding Presentation to the Speaker and Mrs Lowther'

by Sir (John) Benjamin Stone
platinum print, 3 May 1911
NPG x135697

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John Edward Redmond ('Statesmen. No. 605.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 12 November 1892
NPG D44620

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John Edward Redmond

after Sir John Lavery
photogravure, (1901)
NPG D39663

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John Edward Redmond ('Statesmen. No. 768. "the Irish petrel"')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 7 July 1904
NPG D45230

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John Edward Redmond ('Statesmen. No. 768. "the Irish petrel"')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 7 July 1904
NPG D45751

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