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Richard Woodman

(1784-1859), Engraver and portrait painter

Artist associated with 30 portraits

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Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales, by Richard Woodman - NPG 206

Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales

by Richard Woodman
watercolour, circa 1816
NPG 206

Sir Thomas More, by Richard Woodman - NPG D24317

Sir Thomas More

by Richard Woodman
stipple engraving, probably early to mid 19th century
NPG D24317

Frederic Nutt, by Richard Woodman, after  Robert William Satchwell - NPG D13238

Frederic Nutt

by Richard Woodman, after Robert William Satchwell
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D13238

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Archy MacSarcasm in 'Love à la Mode' by Charles Macklin, by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cawthorn, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D34091

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Archy MacSarcasm in 'Love à la Mode' by Charles Macklin

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cawthorn, after Samuel De Wilde
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1808 (1806)
NPG D34091

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Archy MacSarcasm in 'Love à la Mode' by Charles Macklin, by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cawthorn, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D34092

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Archy MacSarcasm in 'Love à la Mode' by Charles Macklin

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cawthorn, after Samuel De Wilde
stipple engraving, published 1808 (1806)
NPG D34092

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax MacSycophant in Charles Macklin's 'Man of the World', by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cawthorn, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D34093

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax MacSycophant in Charles Macklin's 'Man of the World'

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cawthorn, after Samuel De Wilde
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1808 (1806)
NPG D34093

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax MacSycophant in Charles Macklin's 'Man of the World', by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cawthorn, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D34094

George Frederick Cooke as Sir Pertinax MacSycophant in Charles Macklin's 'Man of the World'

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cawthorn, after Samuel De Wilde
stipple engraving, published 1808 (1806)
NPG D34094

George Frederick Cooke, by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cawthorn, after  Samuel De Wilde - NPG D19379

George Frederick Cooke

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cawthorn, after Samuel De Wilde
stipple engraving, published 1808
NPG D19379

Mrs Barker, by Richard Woodman, after  H.J. Harding, after  John Philip Davis ('Pope' Davis) - NPG D23486

Mrs Barker

by Richard Woodman, after H.J. Harding, after John Philip Davis ('Pope' Davis)
stipple engraving, (1818)
NPG D23486

William Charles Loveless, by Richard Woodman - NPG D37458

William Charles Loveless

by Richard Woodman
stipple engraving, 1824 or after
NPG D37458

Sir George Back, by Edward Francis Finden, published by  John Samuel Murray, after  Richard Woodman - NPG D33854

Sir George Back

by Edward Francis Finden, published by John Samuel Murray, after Richard Woodman
stipple engraving, published 1828
NPG D33854

Matthew Wilks, by and published by Richard Woodman - NPG D37536

Matthew Wilks

by and published by Richard Woodman
stipple engraving, published 20 March 1829
NPG D37536

Robert Boyle, by Richard Woodman, after  Johann Kerseboom - NPG D32054

Robert Boyle

by Richard Woodman, after Johann Kerseboom
stipple engraving, 1833
NPG D32054

John Flaxman, by Richard Woodman, published by  Charles Knight, after  John Jackson - NPG D36968

John Flaxman

by Richard Woodman, published by Charles Knight, after John Jackson
stipple engraving, published 1833
NPG D36968

Arthur Tidman, by Richard Woodman, published by  James Dinnis - NPG D39607

Arthur Tidman

by Richard Woodman, published by James Dinnis
stipple and line engraving, published 5 March 1835
NPG D39607

John Harris, by Richard Woodman, after  Henry Room - NPG D35522

John Harris

by Richard Woodman, after Henry Room
line and stipple engraving, 1837
NPG D35522

Lant Carpenter, by Richard Woodman, sold by  Smallfield & Son, sold by  Philp, after  Nathan Cooper Branwhite - NPG D39453

Lant Carpenter

by Richard Woodman, sold by Smallfield & Son, sold by Philp, after Nathan Cooper Branwhite
stipple and line engraving, published November 1837
NPG D39453

George Daniel, by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cumberland, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42521

George Daniel

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cumberland, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1838
NPG D42521

George Daniel, by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cumberland, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42636

George Daniel

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cumberland, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1838
NPG D42636

George Daniel, by Richard Woodman, published by  John Cumberland, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42637

George Daniel

by Richard Woodman, published by John Cumberland, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1838
NPG D42637

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