Thomas Herbert Maguire(1821-1895), Lithographer
Artist associated with 128 portraits
Thomas Herbert Maguire was a painter and lithographer, working in London in the middle of the nineteenth century. Maguire specialised in portraits and genre scenes; he was best known for his series, commissioned by the College of Surgeons, of eminent physicians and surgeons. He was lithographer to Queen Victoria, and exhibited a portrait of her at the Royal Academy in 1855.
- Henry Calton Maguire (father)
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