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Archer James Oliver (1774-1842), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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5150

George Children

by Archer James Oliver
oil on canvas, circa 1806
NPG 5150

D31871

Robert Blake

by Anthony Cardon, after Archer James Oliver
stipple engraving, (1800)
NPG D31871

D35063

Sir Berkeley William Guise, 2nd Bt

after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, circa 1800-1825
NPG D35063

D14390

Sir Berkeley William Guise, 2nd Bt

after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, circa 1800-1825
NPG D14390

D37831

John Howard, 15th Earl of Suffolk and 8th Earl of Berkshire

by and published by Thomas Bragg, after Archer James Oliver
engraving, published 15 November 1806
NPG D37831

D13747

Charles Morris

by and published by Thomas Hodgetts, published by and after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, published 21 June 1808
NPG D13747

D3444

Vicesimus Knox

by William Ward, after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, (1809)
NPG D3444

D11378

Robert Morris

by William Say, after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, published 1823
NPG D11378

D39046

Robert Morris

by William Say, published by Washburn & Son, after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, published 1 December 1823
NPG D39046

D39047

Robert Morris

by William Say, after Archer James Oliver
mezzotint, published 1823
NPG D39047

D41995

George Spence

by Thomas Bragg, after Archer James Oliver
line engraving, circa 1827-1840
NPG D41995

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