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Andrea Soldi (circa 1703-1771), Painter

Artist associated with 9 portraits
Andrea Soldi was born in Florence, and came to London in around 1736. The years of 1738 to 1744 were the most successful of his career, when he received patronage from nobility. However due to his extravagance, Soldi spent time in a debtor's prison in 1744.

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4213

Joseph Kelway

by John Russell, after Andrea Soldi
pastel, (circa 1760)
NPG 4213

D42165

Joseph Stennett

by William Walker, after Andrea Soldi
line engraving, (1744)
NPG D42165

D1917

Susanna Fitzpatrick (née Usher)

by James Macardell, after Andrea Soldi
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D1917

D1918

Susanna Fitzpatrick (née Usher)

by James Macardell, after Andrea Soldi
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D1918

D5219

Susanna Fitzpatrick (née Usher)

by James Macardell, after Andrea Soldi
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D5219

D2278

Philip Doddridge

by George Vertue, after Andrea Soldi
line engraving, 1751
NPG D2278

D8394

Andrew Coltee Ducarel

by Francis Perry, after Andrea Soldi
etching, published 1757 (1756)
NPG D8394

D19610

Andrew Coltee Ducarel

by Francis Perry, after Andrea Soldi
etching, published 1757 (1756)
NPG D19610

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