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Daniel O'Connell

(1775-1847), Irish politician; MP for Dublin City and Cork County

Early Victorian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter associated with 229 portraits
As an Irish politician and an MP from 1828, he recreated Irish nationalism, working tirelessly for catholic emancipation, extension of suffrage, repeal of the Act of Union, parliamentary reform, and Irish unity.

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The House of Commons, 1833, by Sir George Hayter - NPG 54

The House of Commons, 1833

by Sir George Hayter
oil on canvas, 1833-1843
On display in Room 20 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 54

Daniel O'Connell, by Bernard Mulrenin - NPG 208

Daniel O'Connell

by Bernard Mulrenin
watercolour and bodycolour on ivory, 1836
NPG 208

The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840, by Benjamin Robert Haydon - NPG 599

The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840

by Benjamin Robert Haydon
oil on canvas, 1841
On display in Room 20 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 599

Daniel O'Connell, by Harry Furniss - NPG 6251(44)

Daniel O'Connell

by Harry Furniss
pen and ink
NPG 6251(44)

Daniel O'Connell, by J. Lewis - NPG D13733

Daniel O'Connell

by J. Lewis
line engraving, 19th century
NPG D13733

Daniel O'Connell, by William Say, probably after  James Arthur O'Connor - NPG D11345

Daniel O'Connell

by William Say, probably after James Arthur O'Connor
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D11345

Cottage Amusement, by Henry Heath, published by  Samuel William Fores - NPG D46036

Cottage Amusement

by Henry Heath, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 12 February 1828
NPG D46036

'Cottage Amusement', by Henry Heath, published by  Samuel William Fores - NPG D48713

'Cottage Amusement'

by Henry Heath, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 1 February 1828
NPG D48713

The Three and the Deuse (John Lawless; Daniel O'Connell; Richard Lalor Sheil), by John ('HB') Doyle, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D40943

The Three and the Deuse (John Lawless; Daniel O'Connell; Richard Lalor Sheil)

by John ('HB') Doyle, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 9 July 1829
NPG D40943

The Wellinton [Wellington] Testimonial, by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D46038

The Wellinton [Wellington] Testimonial

by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published May 1829
NPG D46038

The Bull in Jeopardy; or, the Curs triumpant, by John Phillips, published by  S. Gans - NPG D46049

The Bull in Jeopardy; or, the Curs triumpant

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 19 October 1829
NPG D46049

'Don't You Remember the 5th of November', by William Heath, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48726

'Don't You Remember the 5th of November'

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published circa February 1829
NPG D48726

'Funeral of the Constitution', possibly by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48735

'Funeral of the Constitution'

possibly by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published March 1829
NPG D48735

'March 1829', printed by Jardine, published by  John Chappell - NPG D48737

'March 1829'

printed by Jardine, published by John Chappell
hand-coloured lithograph, published March 1829
NPG D48737

'How to Keep One's Place. AD. 1833.', by William Heath, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48738

'How to Keep One's Place. AD. 1833.'

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published March 1829
NPG D48738

'How to have a Cabinet United in everlasting Bonds', published by George Humphrey - NPG D48741

'How to have a Cabinet United in everlasting Bonds'

published by George Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published March 1829
NPG D48741

'The Mountain in Labour - or, Much ado about nothing', published by Thomas McLean - NPG D48742

'The Mountain in Labour - or, Much ado about nothing'

published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 2 March 1829
NPG D48742

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