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Leonard Charles Wyon (1826-1891), Die-engraver and medallist

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 9 portraits

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1609

Edward Forbes

by Leonard Charles Wyon, after a bust by John Graham Lough
bronze medal, (1856)
On display in Room 26 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1609

1608

Henry Hallam

by Leonard Charles Wyon
bronze medal, circa 1863
On display in Room 26 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1608

D2919

William Hogarth

by Leonard Charles Wyon, after Louis François Roubiliac
bronze medal, 1848
NPG D2919

D2935

William Wyon

by Leonard Charles Wyon
bronze medal, 1854
NPG D2935

D2909

Thomas Banks

by Leonard Charles Wyon, after George Dance
bronze medal, 1858
NPG D2909

D2933

Sir David Wilkie

by Leonard Charles Wyon, probably after Samuel Joseph
bronze medal, 1861
NPG D2933

D2932

Sir Richard Westmacott

by Leonard Charles Wyon, after Richard Westmacott
bronze medal, 1868
NPG D2932

D2929

Joseph Mallord William Turner

by Leonard Charles Wyon, after Daniel Maclise
bronze medal, 1876
NPG D2929

D2928

Thomas Stothard

by Leonard Charles Wyon
bronze medal, 1880
NPG D2928

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