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[Portrait of William Smith O'Brien, Irish nationalist] [picture] / lithographed by H. O'Neil from a daguerreotype by Professor Glukman
Bib ID 2630659
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
O'Neil, Henry, 1800-1880
 
Online Versions
Description Dublin : Published by Professor Glukman, [1848?] 
1 print : lithograph ; oval image 25.5 x 20.5 cm., on sheet 45.0 cm x 31 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK6603.

Notes

Also signed in ink: William S. O'Brien, Clonmel Gaol, Oct. 22, 1848.

Facsimile autograph: William S. O'Brien, Kilmarkham Gaol, Aug. 31, 1848.

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK6603.

U6807.

Subjects O'Brien, William Smith, - 1803-1864 - Portraits.  |  Revolutionaries - Ireland - Portraits.  |  Tasmania - Exiles - Portraits.
Exhibited Exhibited: Australian Journeys Gallery, National Museum of Australia, from 17 December 2008 

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