The State-Trial Portraits, 1844.
Drawn upon the wood by H. Anelay, and engraved by W.J. Linton, from original sketches, taken expressly for the purpose.
|Main Creator:||Linton, William James, 1812-1898, engraver.|
Defendants in the State Trail of 1844: Thomas Matthew Ray, (1800-1881), Secretary of the National, Repeal Association; Reverend Peter James Tyrell, (1792-1843) of Lusk, Co. Dublin; Reverend Thomas Tierney, (b. 1790) of Clontibret, County Monaghan; Thomas Steele (1788-1848), Repeal Warden-in-Chief for all Ireland; Daniel O'Connell, M.P., (1775-1847), and John O'Connell M.P., (1810-1868); Richard Barret, Editor of "The Pilot"; Sir John Gray, (1815-1875), co-proprietor of "Freeman's Journal" and Sir Charles Gavan Duffy M.P., (1816-1903).
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
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London : Printed for the proprietors at the Steam-Press of Palmer and Clayton, Crane-Court, Fleet Street, 1844.
Physical description: 1 print : wood engraving ; 72 x 53.1 cm.
Physical description: Two copies - PD D32 which was formerly held at NLI call number PD HP (1844) 6 and PD D32, formerly held at NLI call number PD HP (1844) 1.
Citations/References: National Gallery of Ireland Illustrated Summary Catalogue of Prints and Sculptures / Edited by Adrian Le Harviel. - National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, 1988 ; p. 9.
Reproduction Note: PD D32, Neg. No.: 22912.
Attributed to William James Linton, (1812-1898), after an original drawing on wood by Henry Anelay, (1817-1883).