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Bartholomew Dandridge (1691-circa 1754)

Artist associated with 36 portraits
Bartholomew Dandridge studied at Sir Godfrey Kneller's academy of painting and later attended the St Martin's Lane Academy following its foundation in 1720 by John Vanderbank and Louis Cheron. For more than four decades he ran a successful and fashionable portrait practice in London; the highlight of his career was in 1732 when he was commissioned by Lord Barington to paint Frederick, Prince of Wales, on horseback. In 1731, Dandridge acquired the London studio and house of Sir Godfrey Kneller.

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Nathaniel Hooke

by Bartholomew Dandridge
oil on canvas, 1720s or 1730s
NPG 68

1164

Thomas Bloodworth; Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by Bartholomew Dandridge
oil on canvas, circa 1732
On display in Room 11 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1164

1557

Probably William Kent

by Bartholomew Dandridge
oil on canvas, circa 1736
NPG 1557

D36290

Thomas Woolston

by John Vandergucht, after Bartholomew Dandridge
line engraving, circa 1700-1725
NPG D36290

D19356

Thomas Woolston

by John Vandergucht, after Bartholomew Dandridge
line engraving, circa 1700-1725
NPG D19356

D4378

Grace Tosier

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, 1729 (1728)
NPG D4378

D4379

Grace Tosier

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, 1729 (1728)
NPG D4379

D10774

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, probably 1730s
NPG D10774

D27498

Thomas Ridgley

by John Vandergucht, after Bartholomew Dandridge
line engraving, published 1731
NPG D27498

D38154

Michael Maittaire

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, published circa 1731-1734
NPG D38154

D5664

Michael Maittaire

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, published circa 1731-1734
NPG D5664

D42853

Matthew Tindal

by and sold by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D42853

D4369

Matthew Tindal

by and sold by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D4369

D13198

Matthew Tindal

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D13198

D4368

Matthew Tindal

by and sold by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D4368

D23506

John Barber

by Gerard Vandergucht, after Bartholomew Dandridge
line engraving, (1737)
NPG D23506

D23503

John Barber

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, 1740 (1737)
NPG D23503

D23504

John Barber

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, 1740 (1737)
NPG D23504

D23505

John Barber

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, 1740 (1737)
NPG D23505

D33034

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales; Thomas Bloodworth

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, 1740
NPG D33034

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