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Charles Mayne Young

(1777-1856), Actor and comedian

Sitter associated with 23 portraits
Young acted in Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh in a variety of roles before appearing as Hamlet at the Haymarket Theatre in London in 1807. Excellent in both tragedy and comedy, he acted with Sarah Siddons and Edmund Kean. He retired with the wish to be remembered at his best.

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The Trial of Queen Caroline 1820, by Sir George Hayter - NPG 999

The Trial of Queen Caroline 1820

by Sir George Hayter
oil on canvas, 1820-1823
On display in Room 17 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 999

Charles Mayne Young, by Henry Collen - NPG 5993

Charles Mayne Young

by Henry Collen
watercolour on ivory, 1824
NPG 5993

Charles Mayne Young, by John Linnell - NPG 1814

Charles Mayne Young

by John Linnell
chalk, circa 1840
NPG 1814

Charles Mayne Young, by Charles Turner, after  George Henry Harlow - NPG D36264

Charles Mayne Young

by Charles Turner, after George Henry Harlow
mezzotint with aquatint border, published 1809
NPG D36264

Charles Mayne Young, by Charles Turner, after  George Henry Harlow - NPG D4965

Charles Mayne Young

by Charles Turner, after George Henry Harlow
mezzotint, 1809
NPG D4965

Charles Mayne Young, by Charles Turner, after  George Henry Harlow - NPG D8856

Charles Mayne Young

by Charles Turner, after George Henry Harlow
mezzotint, published 1809
NPG D8856

Charles Mayne Young, by Charles Turner, published by  James Dunford, after  George Henry Harlow - NPG D36263

Charles Mayne Young

by Charles Turner, published by James Dunford, after George Henry Harlow
mezzotint, published 1 December 1812
NPG D36263

Charles Mayne Young in 'Julius Caesar', by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by  Simpkin and Marshall, after  Thomas Anthony Dean - NPG D38669

Charles Mayne Young in 'Julius Caesar'

by Thomas Charles Wageman, published by Simpkin and Marshall, after Thomas Anthony Dean
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D38669

Charles Mayne Young, by Thomas Wright, published by and after  Abraham Wivell - NPG D4992

Charles Mayne Young

by Thomas Wright, published by and after Abraham Wivell
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D4992

Charles Mayne Young, by Thomas Wright, after  Abraham Wivell - NPG D8947

Charles Mayne Young

by Thomas Wright, after Abraham Wivell
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D8947

Charles Mayne Young, by Thomas Wright, after  Abraham Wivell - NPG D8948

Charles Mayne Young

by Thomas Wright, after Abraham Wivell
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D8948

Charles Mayne Young, by Thomas Wright, after  Abraham Wivell - NPG D8949

Charles Mayne Young

by Thomas Wright, after Abraham Wivell
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D8949

Charles Mayne Young, by Thomas Wright, after  Abraham Wivell - NPG D8950

Charles Mayne Young

by Thomas Wright, after Abraham Wivell
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D8950

Charles Mayne Young, by Maxim Gauci, printed by  Graf & Soret, after  Eden Upton Eddis - NPG D36267

Charles Mayne Young

by Maxim Gauci, printed by Graf & Soret, after Eden Upton Eddis
hand-coloured lithograph, 1824-1854
NPG D36267

Charles Mayne Young, by Henry Collen - NPG D4963

Charles Mayne Young

by Henry Collen
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D4963

Charles Mayne Young, by Henry Collen - NPG D4964

Charles Mayne Young

by Henry Collen
mezzotint, published 1826
NPG D4964

Charles Mayne Young, by Maxim Gauci, after  Eden Upton Eddis - NPG D8857

Charles Mayne Young

by Maxim Gauci, after Eden Upton Eddis
lithograph, 1830s
NPG D8857

Charles Mayne Young, by Maxim Gauci, after  Eden Upton Eddis - NPG D8858

Charles Mayne Young

by Maxim Gauci, after Eden Upton Eddis
lithograph, 1830s
NPG D8858

Charles Mayne Young as Brutus in 'Julius Caesar', by Richard James Lane, printed by  Jérémie Graf, published by  John Mitchell, after  Alfred Edward Chalon - NPG D22076

Charles Mayne Young as Brutus in 'Julius Caesar'

by Richard James Lane, printed by Jérémie Graf, published by John Mitchell, after Alfred Edward Chalon
hand-coloured lithograph, published 17 December 1838
NPG D22076

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