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William Bradley (1801-1857), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 16 portraits
William Bradley, portrait painter, was born in Manchester. At the age of twenty-one he moved to London and established himself as a portrait painter. Between 1823 and 1846 he exhibited twenty-one portraits at the Royal Academy.

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1326

Sir George Thomas Smart

by William Bradley
oil on canvas, 1829
NPG 1326

4014

Charles Swain

by William Bradley
oil on panel, circa 1833
NPG 4014

D3583

Henry Liverseege

by Henry Cousins, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 1835
NPG D3583

D3584

Henry Liverseege

by Henry Cousins, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 1835
NPG D3584

D3962

Henry Liverseege

by Henry Cousins, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 1835
NPG D3962

D33266

Peter Clare

by Henry Cousins, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 1838
NPG D33266

D33267

Peter Clare

by Henry Cousins, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 1838
NPG D33267

D34512

Sir John Gladstone

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by Brooker & Harrison, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, published by Alexander Hill, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 26 February 1844
NPG D34512

D34514

William Ewart Gladstone

by and published by William Walker, published by Hering & Remington, after William Bradley
mezzotint, 1 August 1845 (1838 or 1839)
NPG D34514

D7410

Thomas Ashton

by James Thomson (Thompson), after William Bradley
mezzotint and stipple engraving, published 1847
NPG D7410

D7411

Thomas Ashton

by James Thomson (Thompson), after William Bradley
mezzotint and stipple engraving, published 1847
NPG D7411

D39198

Francis Randolph

by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by William Cribb, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 1 August 1827
NPG D39198

D40786

Charles Swain

after William Bradley
photographic print, (circa 1833-1837)
NPG D40786

D40645

Robert Seppings

by Richard James Lane, printed by Jérémie Graf, after William Bradley
lithograph, (1833)
NPG D40645

D42061

Hugh Stowell

by Henry Cousins, published by John Clowes Grundy, after William Bradley
mezzotint, published 10 October 1838
NPG D42061

D40394

Sir Thomas Potter

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by Brooker & Harrison, published by Thomas Agnew, and published by John Gadsby, and published by Ackermann & Co, after William Bradley
stipple engraving, published 24 February 1844
NPG D40394

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