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Benjamin Wyon (1802-1858)

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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5783

Charles Hutton

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1821
On display in Room 13 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 5783

D7027

Johann Baptist Cramer

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1845
NPG D7027

D2930

Sir John Vanbrugh

by Benjamin Wyon, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
bronze medal, 1855
NPG D2930

D2911

Sir William Chambers

by Benjamin Wyon, after Sir Richard Westmacott
bronze medal, 1857
NPG D2911

D2922

Charles Robert Leslie

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1870
NPG D2922

D2923

Daniel Maclise

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1878
NPG D2923

D2908

Edward Hodges Baily

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1882
NPG D2908

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