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13 results filtered with: Lyndhurst, John Singleton Copley, Baron, 1772-1863
  • A wig-seller dressing a wig on a stand in his shop; the wig-stands bear the heads of Tory politicians. Wood engraving by W.C.W. after R. Seymour.
  • Three despairing women, one of whom looks disapprovingly at three quack medicine vendors concocting a mixture; representing Britain's economic depletion and distress at the hands of her politicians. Etching by W. Heath, 1830.
  • Robert Peel as a pugilist attacking night watchmen with the intention of replacing them by the police force. Etching by Paul Pry (W. Heath).
  • British inventors, politicians and military men, gathered in a room at Buckingham Palace. Engraving by C.G. Lewis, 1863, after T.J. Barker.
  • Phrenological head of Baron Lyndhurst as former Lord Chancellor. Lithograph attributed to J. Doyle, ca. 1844.
  • British inventors, politicians and military men: a key to the identities of the sitters. Engraving by C.G. Lewis, 1863, after T.J. Barker.
  • Lord Lyndhurst, as a cook with a large ladle in his hand, is roasting beef on the spit as a large kettle boils. Etching by W. Heath, 1829.
  • The First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord Minto, is thrown overboard by Lord Melbourne, Lord Palmerston and Lord Duncannon during a storm. Coloured lithograph by H.B. (John Doyle), 1838.
  • A large man in bed after giving birth to a mouse; referring to the Duke of Buckingham's attempt to introduce his own 'Reform Bill' which excluded disenfranchisement. Coloured lithograph by J.Doyle, 1832.
  • Vignettes of Peel's first ministry. Coloured lithograph, 1835.
  • The antique statue of Laocoön: Lord Melbourne as Laocoön, Lord John Russell and Thomas Spring-Rice as the two sons, entwined by two serpents with the faces of Lords Brougham and Lyndhurst. Coloured lithograph by H.B. (John Doyle), 1838.
  • John Singleton Copley, Baron Lyndhurst. Photograph by J. Mayall, 1861.
  • A sick man in bed, offered a warming pan by his maid and advice by his physician; representing Lord John Russell being given a seat at Stroud by Melbourne after his defeat in South Devon, looking for support to the radical Daniel O'Connell. Lithograph, 1835.