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Artist associated with 13 portraitsBryan Duppa was a portrait painter who worked and exhibited in London. His best-known works are the portraits he made of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1854.
Edward John Trelawny
by Bryan Edward DuppapencilNPG 2882
by Bryan Edward DuppapencilNPG 2883
by William Ward, after Bryan Edward Duppamezzotint, published 1833NPG D32181
James Prescott Warde as Richard III
by Bryan Edward Duppa, printed by Maguire & Co, published by William Johnstone Whitelithograph, published 7 October 1833NPG D37489
John Temple Leader
by David Lucas, published by Thomas McLean, after Bryan Edward Duppaaquatint, published 31 August 1837NPG D5189
Sir John Bowring
by William Holl Jr, after Bryan Edward Duppastipple engraving, published 1840NPG D32024
by Edward Scriven, after Bryan Edward Duppaline and stipple engraving, published 1840NPG D32375
by William Henry Mote, published by John Saunders, after Bryan Edward Duppastipple engraving, published 1840NPG D37229
Thomas Perronet Thompson
by William Henry Mote, published by John Saunders, after Bryan Edward Duppastipple and line engraving, circa 1840NPG D40427
by Edward Scriven, after Bryan Edward Duppaline and stipple engraving, published 1840NPG D1135
by William Henry Mote, published by John Saunders, after Bryan Edward Duppastipple engraving, published 1840NPG D5195
by William Ward, published by Martin Colnaghi, after Bryan Edward Duppamezzotint, published 1 July 1853NPG D18909
Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha
by Francis Holl, after Bryan Edward Duppaline and stipple engraving, 1856 (May 1854)NPG D33761
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