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Alexandre Jean Dubois Drahonet ISNI Wikidata

Dubois-Drahonet, Alexandre-Jean (1791-1834) National Library of France National Library of Poland Library of Congress/NACO Sudoc [ABES], France

Dubois-Drahonet, Alexandre-Jean (French painter, 1791-1834) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 32270366 (Personal)

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Colour-Sergeant Alexander McDonald, Scots Fusilier Guards Wikidata
Colour-Sergeant Joseph Miller, Rifle Brigade Wikidata
Colour-Sergeant William Maundrell, Coldstream Guards Wikidata
Commander the Honourable William Edwardes, Royal Navy Wikidata
Company-Sergeant Frederick Greenwood (b. 1789), Royal Artillery Wikidata
Coronet and Sub-Lieutenant Samuel Marindin (b. 1809), 2nd Life Guards Wikidata
Corporal John McCain (b. 1814), 5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards Wikidata
Corporal Thomas Robinson (b. 1808), 2nd Life Guards Wikidata
Cymbalist Jean Baptiste (b. 1792), Scots Fusilier Guards Wikidata
Daniel Francis Schas (1772-1848). Van 1814 tot 1820 lid van de Raad van de koophandel en koloniën Wikidata
Drummer William Cann (b. 1810), Scots Fusilier Guards Wikidata
The Honourable Band of Gentlemen Pensioners Wikidata
Jules Thierry Nicolas (1787-1837), baron de Constant Rebecque de Villars Wikidata
Kettle-Drummer George Augustus Lüdewig Rüngeling (b. 1814), Royal Horse Guards Wikidata
Lieutenant and Captain the Honourable Thomas Ashburnham (1816-72), Coldstrem Guards Wikidata
Lieutenant Arthur Gosset (1800-86), Royal Horse Artillery Wikidata
Lieutenant-Colonel George Charles (1800-88), Lord Bingham, 17th Lancers Wikidata
Lieutenant-General The Marquess of Londonderry (1778-1854), GCB, GCH, Colonel, 10th (The Prince of Wales's Own) Royal Hussars Wikidata
Major-General Sir James Cockburn, Bart, KCH (1771-1852), Paymaster and Inspector-General of Royal Marines Wikidata
Major-General Sir John Macdonald, KCB, Adjutant-General Wikidata
Major John Charles Hope (d. 1842), KH, Rifle Brigade Wikidata
Midshipman George Bott, Royal Navy Wikidata
Pensioner Joseph Burgin (b. 1780), Royal Hospital Greenwich Wikidata
Pioneer-Corporal William Surfling, Coldstream Guards Wikidata
Plans, coupes et élévations de diverses productions de l'art de la charpente exécutées tant en France que dans les pays étrangers ; recueillis et publiés par J. Ch. Krafft, architecte-dessinateur.. Sudoc [ABES], France
Portrait of Daniel Francis Schas, from 1814 to 1820 Member of the Board of Commerce for the Colonies Wikidata
Portrait of Helena Margaret of Dielen (1774-1841)?, wife of Otto Romondt Wikidata
Portrait of Johanna Henriette Engelen, second Wife of Daniel Francis Schas Wikidata
Portrait of Monsieur Gest Wikidata
Portraits for a king, 1990: Library of Congress/NACO
Portret van Francisca Godardina Constantia (1761-1831) Wikidata
Portret van Jhr. Johan Carel Willem Fabricius van Leyenburg Wikidata
Portret van Jkvr. Anna Elisabeth Huydecoper Wikidata
Portret van Otto van Romondt (1770-1837)? Wikidata
[Portret Wilhelma IV Henryka króla Anglii] / [Alexandre-Jean Dubois-Drahonet]. - [1829]. National Library of Poland
Prince George of Cumberland (1819-1878), GCH, Colonel of the Hanoverian Guard Hussars Wikidata
Private, 8th (The King's Royal Irish) Hussars Wikidata
Private Alexander Ritchie, 79th Regiment of Foot (or Cameron Highlanders) Wikidata
Private Anthony Clements (b. 1800), Royal Marines Wikidata
Private Charles Churchill (b. 1808), 14th (The King's) Light dragoons Wikidata
Private [George] Roberts (b. 1807), 1st Life Guards Wikidata
Private John Burnside, 2nd Life Guards Wikidata
Private [John Flynn], 17th Lancers Wikidata
Private John Reid (b. 1783), Grenadier Guards Wikidata
Private John Rogers, 90th Regiment of Foot (or Perthshire Volunteers) (Light Infantry) Wikidata
[Private] Joseph Bednal (1802-33), 12th (The Prince of Wales's) Royal Lancers Wikidata
Private Owen Sweeny (b. 1812), 88th (Connaught Rangers) Regiment of Foot Wikidata
Private Samuel Bowden (b. 1801), Royal Horse Guards Wikidata
Private William Cooper (b. 1811), 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons Wikidata
Quarter-Master-Sergeant William Sime (b. 1793), 23rd Regiment of Foot (or Royal Welch) Fusiliers Wikidata
Queen Victoria (1819-1901), when a Girl Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de Alex. Jean Dubois-Drahonet] National Library of France
Regimental Corporal-Major John, or Corporal Robert, Winterbottom, 1st Life Guards Wikidata
Regimental Sergeant-Major William Franklin (b. 1802), 7th (The Queen's Own) Hussars Wikidata
Seaman Charles Hiches (b. 1789), Royal Navy Wikidata
Sergeant Alexander Jameson (b. 1811), 2nd (or the Queen's Royal) Regiment of Foot Wikidata
Sergeant George Reid (b. 1804), 2nd (Royal North British) Dragoons Wikidata
Sergeant John Dixon (b. 1794), Royal Horse Artillery Wikidata
Sergeant John Hawkins (b. 1808), 7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards Wikidata
Sergeant John Johnston (b. 1792), Royal Sappers and Miners Wikidata
Sergeant John Toms, 15th (The King's) Hussars Wikidata
Sergeant Robert Smart, 13th (1st Somerset Light Infantry) Regiment of Foot Wikidata
Sergeant Stephen Reese (b. 1798), 9th (The Queen's Royal) Lancers Wikidata
[Sergeant] William Boast (b. 1807), 3rd (The King's Own) Light Dragoons Wikidata
Sergeant William Bryant (b. 1789), Grenadier Guards Wikidata
Triangle-boy John Sheay (b. 1824), Royal Military Asylum Wikidata
Troop Corporal-Major Robert Goldie (b. 1804), Royal Horse Guards Wikidata
Trumpeter Thomas Jagger, 1st Life Guards Wikidata
Trumpeter William Batley (b. 1801), 2nd Life Guards Wikidata
[Wilhelm IV, król Wielkiej Brytanii] National Library of Poland
Willem Scheurleer (1774-1858) Wikidata
Yeoman Clark, The King's Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard Wikidata

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