LYNCH, JAMES HENRY

(d. 1868)

Lithographic Artist

From A Dictionary of Irish Artists 1913

He was admitted as a pupil in the Dublin Society's School in 1815, and afterwards worked for some time in Dublin as a portrait painter and lithographer. In 1845 he won the prize given by the Royal Irish Art Union for the best lithograph. Going to London he soon won repute by his works on stone, chiefly portraits, and exhibited many of them in the Royal Academy from 1856 to 1865. He was honorary treasurer of the Artists' Annuity Fund. He died in January, 1868. Among his numerous lithographed portraits are:

Prince Alfred.

Sir Charles Bagot; after H. W. Pickersgill.

Lord Cardigan. Published by Colnaghi in 1855.

Colonel Day; after Catterson Smith. R.A., 1858.

Edward Denison, Bishop of Salisbury; after F. Sandys.

Sir Herbert B. Edwards; after H. Moseley, 1850.

General Sir De Lacy Evans. Published by Colnaghi in 1855.

William Farren, as Sir Peter Teazle.

William Gadsby, Baptist minister, Manchester, 1844.

Admiral Gifford.

Joseph H. Green, F.R.S.; after G. Teniswood.

Prince Hohenlohe-Langenburg; after Winterhalter.

Edward Jenner, M.D.; after Sir T. Lawrence.

Duchess of Kent; after Winterhalter.

Emma Sarah Love, Mrs. Calcraft, as Lilla in "The Siege of Belgrade," 1830.

Edmond, 1st Lord Lyons, 1856.

Rev. Frederick Denison Maurice; after S. Laurence.

John Bowyer Nichols; after S. Laurence.

George Henry Nicholson; after H. W. Phillips.

Eliza O'Neill, as Lady Teazle.

Henry, 3rd Viscount Palmerston; after J. Partridge.

A. W. N. Pugin; after J. R. Herbert. In "Metropolitan and Provincial Catholic Almanac," 1852.

Hon. Stephen E. Spring-Rice, son of 1st Lord Monteagle; after S. Laurence.

Lord Raglan. Published by Colnaghi in 1855.

Colonel the Hon. Sir G. Townshend; after H. W. Pickersgill.

Queen Victoria.

Albert Edward Prince of Wales, 1859.

The Old Soldier; after Michael Angelo Hayes.

Illustrations to Ballad of Savourneen Deelish; after Michael Angelo Hayes, 1846.

Costumes of the British Army; a series of lithographs, 10 ½ by 13 ½; after Michael Angelo Hayes, 1840-44.

The Lucky Escape; after F. De Braekeleer.

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