The material contained in this collection is connected to the painting titled "Cromwell Refuses the Crown of England" by T.H.
Maguire, and to the life of Oliver Cromwell more generally. T.H. (Thomas Herbert) Maguire (1821 - 1895) was a London painter
and lithographer specializing in portraits and genre scenes. The painting "Cromwell Refuses the Crown of England" depicts
a scene of a parliament gathering with Oliver Cromwell at the center of the composition.
Thomas Herbert Maguire (1821 - 1895) was an English painter and lithographer who worked in London during the mid-nineteenth
century. He was a pupil of master lithographer and engraver, Richard James Lane (1800-1872). Maguire specialized in genre
scenes and noted for his portraits commissioned by prominent figures. He also served as lithographer to Queen Victoria.
Collection is open for research.