William S. O'Brien Kilmainham Gaol Aug 31. 1848.
Whether on the scaffold high or in the battle's van, the fittest place where man can die, is, where he dies for man /
Lithographed by H. O'Neill from a daguerreotype by Professor Glukman.
|Main Creator:||O'Neill, Henry, 1798-1880, artist.|
William Smith O'Brien, (1803-1864), M.P., nationalist ; half-length, looking to right, arms folded across. With facsmile of autograph printed as title l.c. on sheet.
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Dublin : Published by Professor Gluckman, 24 Upper Sackville St., .
Inscribed in ink l.r. on sheet: William S. O'Brien Clonmel Gaol Oct 1848.
Physical description: 1 print : lithograph ; image 27.7 x 22.5 cm., sheet 46 x 30.5 cm..
Citations/References: Catalogue of Engraved Irish Portraits and Original Drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Dublin : p. 148.
Attributed to Henry O'Neill, (1798-1880), after an original daguerreotype by Professor Leon Gluckman, (fl. 1843-1867).
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