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Maharajah Duleep Singh

(1838-1893), Maharaja of Lahore

Sitter in 6 portraits
Born on 6 September 1898, Duleep Singh was the youngest son of Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Maharani Jindan and the last Sikh ruler of the Punjab after coming to the throne at the age of five years old. According to the treaty of Lahore of March 1846 the British Government was responsible for the administration of the state and the protection of the Maharaja which forced his mother into exile.

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Maharajah Duleep Singh, by Antoine Claudet - NPG x1506

Maharajah Duleep Singh

by Antoine Claudet
albumen carte-de-visite, 1860s
NPG x1506

'Upwards of five hundred photographic portraits of the most celebrated personages of the age', by Ashford Brothers & Co, after  Disdéri, and  Camille Silvy, and  Duroni & Murer, and  Émile Desmaisons, and  John Jabez Edwin Mayall, and  (George) Herbert Watkins, and  William Edward Kilburn, and  Horatio Nelson King, and  John & Charles Watkins, and  - NPG x139661

'Upwards of five hundred photographic portraits of the most celebrated personages of the age'

by Ashford Brothers & Co, after Disdéri, and Camille Silvy, and Duroni & Murer, and Émile Desmaisons, and John Jabez Edwin Mayall, and (George) Herbert Watkins, and William Edward Kilburn, and Horatio Nelson King, and John & Charles Watkins, and
albumen carte-de-visite, mid 1860s
NPG x139661

Maharajah Duleep Singh, by Daniel John Pound, after  John Jabez Edwin Mayall - NPG D10941

Maharajah Duleep Singh

by Daniel John Pound, after John Jabez Edwin Mayall
line and stipple engraving, 1854 or after
NPG D10941

Maharajah Duleep Singh, by Richard James Lane, after  Franz Xaver Winterhalter - NPG D22439

Maharajah Duleep Singh

by Richard James Lane, after Franz Xaver Winterhalter
lithograph, 1854
NPG D22439

Duleep Singh ('Men of the Day. No. 266.'), by Sir Leslie Ward - NPG D44094

Duleep Singh ('Men of the Day. No. 266.')

by Sir Leslie Ward
chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 18 November 1882
NPG D44094

Maharajah Duleep Singh, by Sir Leslie Ward, printed by  Vincent Brooks, Day & Son - NPG D3912

Maharajah Duleep Singh

by Sir Leslie Ward, printed by Vincent Brooks, Day & Son
chromolithograph, published 18 November 1882
NPG D3912

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