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William Artaud

(1763-1823), Portrait painter

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 19 portraits
Portrait and history painter; he prepared illustrations for Macklin's Bible, 1788-93; he later made annual tours in the Midlands painting portraits.

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William Artaud, by William Artaud - NPG 4863

William Artaud

by William Artaud
pencil, circa 1800
NPG 4863

William Artaud, by William Artaud - NPG 4862

William Artaud

by William Artaud
pastel, circa 1822
NPG 4862

Andrew Kippis, by Francesco Bartolozzi, after  William Artaud - NPG D8360

Andrew Kippis

by Francesco Bartolozzi, after William Artaud
stipple engraving, published 20 October 1792
NPG D8360

Joseph Priestley, by and published by Thomas Holloway, published by  Robert Wilkinson, published by  Darling & Thompson, after  William Artaud - NPG D15373

Joseph Priestley

by and published by Thomas Holloway, published by Robert Wilkinson, published by Darling & Thompson, after William Artaud
line engraving, published 15 July 1795
NPG D15373

Gilbert Wakefield, by Robert Dunkarton, published by  Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after  William Artaud - NPG D37976

Gilbert Wakefield

by Robert Dunkarton, published by Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1802
NPG D37976

Gilbert Wakefield, by Robert Dunkarton, after  William Artaud - NPG D4583

Gilbert Wakefield

by Robert Dunkarton, after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1802
NPG D4583

Gilbert Wakefield, by Robert Dunkarton, after  William Artaud - NPG D13708

Gilbert Wakefield

by Robert Dunkarton, after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1802
NPG D13708

Francesco Bartolozzi, by Benedetto Pastorini, and by  Peltro William Tomkins, published by  Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after  William Artaud - NPG D10587

Francesco Bartolozzi

by Benedetto Pastorini, and by Peltro William Tomkins, published by Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after William Artaud
stipple engraving, published 1803
NPG D10587

John Henry Williams, by William Say, after  William Artaud - NPG D37081

John Henry Williams

by William Say, after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 6 August 1803
NPG D37081

John Henry Williams, by William Say, after  William Artaud - NPG D4798

John Henry Williams

by William Say, after William Artaud
mezzotint, 6 August 1803
NPG D4798

George Lister, by William Say, after  William Artaud - NPG D8146

George Lister

by William Say, after William Artaud
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D8146

Gilbert Wakefield, by William Say, published by  Joseph Johnson, after  William Artaud - NPG D4584

Gilbert Wakefield

by William Say, published by Joseph Johnson, after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1 August 1804
NPG D4584

Gilbert Wakefield, by William Say, published by  Joseph Johnson, after  William Artaud - NPG D4585

Gilbert Wakefield

by William Say, published by Joseph Johnson, after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1 August 1804
NPG D4585

Gilbert Wakefield, by William Say, published by  Joseph Johnson, after  William Artaud - NPG D4586

Gilbert Wakefield

by William Say, published by Joseph Johnson, after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1 August 1804
NPG D4586

Samuel Parr, by William Say, published by  Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after  William Artaud - NPG D11311

Samuel Parr

by William Say, published by Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1804
NPG D11311

Edward Willes, by John P. Quilley, after  William Artaud - NPG D37071

Edward Willes

by John P. Quilley, after William Artaud
mezzotint, after 1816
NPG D37071

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Andrew Kippis

by Francesco Bartolozzi, published by Thomas Macklin, after William Artaud
stipple engraving, published 20 October 1792
NPG D19500

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Joseph Priestley

by and published by Thomas Holloway, published by Robert Wilkinson, published by Darling & Thompson, after William Artaud
line engraving, published 15 July 1795
NPG D19681

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Samuel Parr

by William Say, published by Hannah Macklin (née Kenting), after William Artaud
mezzotint, published 1 April 1804
NPG D39546

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