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Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

(1739-1767), Son of Frederick, Prince of Wales

Sitter associated with 11 portraits
Entered the navy as a midshipman and served under Admiral Howe, 1758-59. He died of fever at Monaco.

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The Children of Frederick and Augusta, Prince and Princess of Wales, by John Faber Jr, published by  John Bowles, and published by  Carington Bowles, after  Barthélémy Dupan (Du Pan) - NPG D33050

The Children of Frederick and Augusta, Prince and Princess of Wales

by John Faber Jr, published by John Bowles, and published by Carington Bowles, after Barthélémy Dupan (Du Pan)
mezzotint, circa 1746-1756
NPG D33050

King George I and the line of succession, by Johann Sebastian Müller, after  Samuel Wale - NPG D32911

King George I and the line of succession

by Johann Sebastian Müller, after Samuel Wale
line engraving, circa 1748
NPG D32911

King George I and the line of succession, by Johann Sebastian Müller, after  Samuel Wale - NPG D32912

King George I and the line of succession

by Johann Sebastian Müller, after Samuel Wale
line engraving, circa 1748
NPG D32912

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, by Richard Houston, after  Henry Robert Morland - NPG D7928

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, after Henry Robert Morland
mezzotint, circa 1750-1763
NPG D7928

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, by Richard Houston, after  Henry Robert Morland - NPG D7929

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, after Henry Robert Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D7929

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, by Richard Houston, published by  Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by  Henry Parker, and published by  Robert Sayer, after  Henry Robert Morland - NPG D9672

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, and published by Robert Sayer, after Henry Robert Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D9672

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, by Richard Houston, published by  Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by  Henry Parker, and published by  Robert Sayer, after  Henry Robert Morland - NPG D14232

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, and published by Robert Sayer, after Henry Robert Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D14232

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, by George H. Every, published by  Henry Graves, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D7930

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by George H. Every, published by Henry Graves, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1865
NPG D7930

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Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, and published by Robert Sayer, after Henry Robert Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D20335

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