D. O'Connell and R.L. Sheil in the House of Commons, Feb 10th 1834

Drawing
ca. 1834 (drawn)
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Pencil drawing depicting two male figures, seated in the House of Commons.


object details
Category
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Pencil drawing
Brief Description
Drawing by Daniel Maclise entitled 'D. O'Connell and R.L. Sheil in the House of Commons, Feb 10th 1834'. Great Britain, 1830s.
Physical Description
Pencil drawing depicting two male figures, seated in the House of Commons.
Dimensions
  • Height: 22.5cm
  • Width: 16.5cm
Credit line
Forster Bequest
Subjects depicted
Bibliographic Reference
Exhibited in Mount 15 (double sided) in a pillar stand of thirty frames, containing three hundred and ninety drawings and sketches in pencil, pen and ink, and colour - figures, landscapes, etc. There are also seven by other hands (aside from Maclise) - Calderon, T.S. Cooper, Cope, Herbert, and Landseer, all R.A., F. Danby, A.R.A., and G. Cattermole. These drawings and sketches include the following celebrated persons, amongst whom were several more of the Gallery of Illustrious Literary Characters: C.J. Apperley, Sir Egerton Brydges, Edward Bulwer-Lytton (Lord Lytton), G. Cattermole, Sir Alexander Cockburn, Joshua Cristall, Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield), M. Faraday etc.
Collection
Accession Number
F.88:195

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