Dame Jacqueline Wilson (b.1945), DBE, FRSL

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Jacqueline Wilson is an award-winning children’s author and former Children’s Laureate. In 2008, Wilson became one of the Foundling Museum’s first Foundling Fellows. For her Fellowship, Wilson wrote her first historical novel, 'Hetty Feather', about a nineteenth-century foundling girl growing up in the Foundling Hospital.

The portrait was commissioned as part of the Museum's year-long commemoration in 2018 of 100 years of female suffrage.

Foundling Museum



Dame Jacqueline Wilson (b.1945), DBE, FRSL




oil on gesso panel


H 125 x W 95 cm

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commissioned and donated to the Foundling Museum by Dame Stephanie Shirley, 2019

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