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Frederick Arnold

(active 1870s), Magazine publisher

Artist associated with 111 portraits

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George Hammond Whalley ('The Cream of the Whalley'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48237

George Hammond Whalley ('The Cream of the Whalley')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 24 May 1871
NPG D48237

Acton Smee Ayrton ('Art'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48238

Acton Smee Ayrton ('Art')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 31 May 1871
NPG D48238

Sir Squire Bancroft (né Butterfield) ('Mr. Bancroft'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48239

Sir Squire Bancroft (né Butterfield) ('Mr. Bancroft')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 7 June 1871
NPG D48239

Arthur Orton ('Sir Roger or - '), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48240

Arthur Orton ('Sir Roger or - ')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 14 June 1871
NPG D48240

David Jones ('Tweedie, His Rights'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48241

David Jones ('Tweedie, His Rights')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 21 June 1871
NPG D48241

John Duke Coleridge, 1st Baron Coleridge ('Law'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48242

John Duke Coleridge, 1st Baron Coleridge ('Law')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 28 June 1871
NPG D48242

William Henry Smith ('The Head of the Race of Smith'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48243

William Henry Smith ('The Head of the Race of Smith')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 5 July 1871
NPG D48243

William Ballantine ('The Serjeant'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48244

William Ballantine ('The Serjeant')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 12 July 1871
NPG D48244

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield ('Dizzy'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48245

Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield ('Dizzy')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 19 July 1871
NPG D48245

Edward Askew Sothern ('An English Gentleman'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48246

Edward Askew Sothern ('An English Gentleman')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 2 August 1871
NPG D48246

Edward Cardwell, Viscount Cardwell ('Control!'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48249

Edward Cardwell, Viscount Cardwell ('Control!')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 16 August 1871
NPG D48249

Prince Arthur, 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn ('£15,000 A Year'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48248

Prince Arthur, 1st Duke of Connaught and Strathearn ('£15,000 A Year')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 9 August 1871
NPG D48248

Father Ignatius (Joseph Leycester Lyne) ('An English Monk), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48247

Father Ignatius (Joseph Leycester Lyne) ('An English Monk)

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 2 August 1871
NPG D48247

Henry James Montague (né Mann) ('A Montague'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48250

Henry James Montague (né Mann) ('A Montague')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 23 August 1871
NPG D48250

Prince George William Frederick Charles, 2nd Duke of Cambridge ('The British Army'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48251

Prince George William Frederick Charles, 2nd Duke of Cambridge ('The British Army')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 30 August 1871
NPG D48251

Granville George Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville ('The Political Four-in-hand'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48252

Granville George Leveson-Gower, 2nd Earl Granville ('The Political Four-in-hand')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 6 September 1871
NPG D48252

Jules Rivière ('At the Promenade'), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48253

Jules Rivière ('At the Promenade')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 13 September 1871
NPG D48253

possibly Thomas Thorne ('The Song of the

possibly Thomas Thorne ('The Song of the "Thorne"')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 20 September 1871
NPG D48254

'Teck. A serene Prince - a happy Father' (possibly Queen Mary; Prince Francis, Duke of Teck), published by Frederick Arnold, after  Unknown artist - NPG D48255

'Teck. A serene Prince - a happy Father' (possibly Queen Mary; Prince Francis, Duke of Teck)

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 27 September 1871
NPG D48255

King Edward VII ('The Foxhill Fritz; or, the

King Edward VII ('The Foxhill Fritz; or, the "Green" Prince')

published by Frederick Arnold, after Unknown artist
lithograph, published in the Hornet 4 October 1871
NPG D48256

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