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Peter Rouw (1771-1852)

Artist associated with 7 portraits
Peter Rouw was a London sculptor and wax modeller. He exhibited his works at the Royal Academy of Arts

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Charlotte Augusta Matilda, Princess Royal

attributed to Peter Rouw
wax relief, circa 1795
NPG 2174


James Watt

by Peter Rouw
wax medallion, 1802
On display in Room 13 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 183


Warren Hastings

by Peter Rouw
pink wax medallion, 1806
NPG 5065


William Pitt

by Peter Rouw
wax medallion, 1809
NPG 1747


William Thorold

by Henry Bone, after Peter Rouw
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, June 1809 (exhibited 1806)
NPG D17620


Mary (née Kent), Lady Thorold

by William Skelton, after George Francis Joseph, after Peter Rouw
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D40317


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