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James Worsdale

(circa 1692-1767), Portrait painter, actor and rake

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 13 portraits

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Thomas Southerne, by and published by John Simon, after  James Worsdale - NPG D20138

Thomas Southerne

by and published by John Simon, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D20138

Henry Carey, by John Faber Jr, after  James Worsdale - NPG D2184

Henry Carey

by John Faber Jr, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, published 1729
NPG D2184

Louisa, Queen of Denmark, by Gerhard Bockman, after  James Worsdale - NPG D10795

Louisa, Queen of Denmark

by Gerhard Bockman, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D10795

William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire, by John Brooks, sold by  Thomas Jefferys, and sold by  William Herbert, after  James Worsdale - NPG D35158

William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire

by John Brooks, sold by Thomas Jefferys, and sold by William Herbert, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D35158

William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire, by John Brooks, sold by  Thomas Jefferys, and sold by  William Herbert, after  James Worsdale - NPG D35159

William Cavendish, 3rd Duke of Devonshire

by John Brooks, sold by Thomas Jefferys, and sold by William Herbert, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D35159

Sir Thomas Pengelly, by John Faber Jr, after  James Worsdale - NPG D3840

Sir Thomas Pengelly

by John Faber Jr, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, 1730
NPG D3840

Sir Thomas Pengelly, by John Faber Jr, after  James Worsdale - NPG D19835

Sir Thomas Pengelly

by John Faber Jr, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, 1730
NPG D19835

Louisa, Queen of Denmark, by Gerhard Bockman, published by  Thomas Jefferys, and published by  William Herbert, after  James Worsdale - NPG D7963

Louisa, Queen of Denmark

by Gerhard Bockman, published by Thomas Jefferys, and published by William Herbert, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, circa 1734-1743
NPG D7963

Thomas Southerne, by Alexander Bannerman, after  James Worsdale - NPG D6811

Thomas Southerne

by Alexander Bannerman, after James Worsdale
line engraving, mid-late 18th century
NPG D6811

Thomas Southerne, by Alexander Bannerman, after  James Worsdale - NPG D6812

Thomas Southerne

by Alexander Bannerman, after James Worsdale
line engraving, mid-late 18th century
NPG D6812

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Henry Carey

by John Faber Jr, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, published 1729
NPG D19220

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Sir Thomas Pengelly

by John Faber Jr, after James Worsdale
mezzotint, 1730
NPG D40136

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