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Daniel Maclise

(1806-1870), History and portrait painter

Sitter associated with 17 portraits
Artist associated with 108 portraits
Historical painter and portraitist from Cork; his enormous frescoes of The Meeting of Wellington and Blücher at Waterloo and The Death of Nelson were two of the most successful works commissioned for the Houses of Parliament.

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Letitia Elizabeth Landon (Mrs Maclean), by Daniel Maclise - NPG 1953

Letitia Elizabeth Landon (Mrs Maclean)

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, black chalk and stump, circa 1830-1835
NPG 1953

Winthrop Mackworth Praed, by Daniel Maclise - NPG 3030

Winthrop Mackworth Praed

by Daniel Maclise
watercolour and pencil, circa 1830-1835
NPG 3030

John Gibson Lockhart, by Daniel Maclise - NPG 5514

John Gibson Lockhart

by Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, watercolour and pencil, corners diagonally cut, 1830
NPG 5514

William Maginn, by Daniel Maclise - NPG 5513

William Maginn

by Daniel Maclise
pencil and watercolour, 1830
NPG 5513

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, by or after Daniel Maclise - NPG 3093

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield

by or after Daniel Maclise
pen and ink, circa 1833
NPG 3093

George Cruikshank, by Daniel Maclise - NPG 5170

George Cruikshank

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, 1833
NPG 5170

Theodore Edward Hook, by Daniel Maclise - NPG 5569

Theodore Edward Hook

by Daniel Maclise
pencil, 1834
NPG 5569

J.M.W. Turner, by Samuel Haydon, after  Daniel Maclise - NPG D4423

J.M.W. Turner

by Samuel Haydon, after Daniel Maclise
drypoint etching, circa 1825-1850
NPG D4423

John Matthias Turner, printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co, after  Daniel Maclise - NPG D39452

John Matthias Turner

printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co, after Daniel Maclise
lithograph, circa 1827-1832
NPG D39452

Dionysius Lardner, by Daniel Maclise, published by  James Fraser - NPG D9003

Dionysius Lardner

by Daniel Maclise, published by James Fraser
lithograph, 1830s
NPG D9003


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