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Benjamin Vandergucht

(1752-1794), Painter and picture dealer

Artist associated with 11 portraits
Benjamin Van der Gucht, painter and picture dealer, was the son of engraver Gerard Van der Gucht. He studied at the St Martin's Lane Academy and the Royal Academy schools and exhibited with the Free Society and the Royal Academy. He specialised in theatrical scenes and was patronised by David Garrick, but gave up painting in around 1787 to concentrate on art dealing and picture restoration.

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Anna Selina Storace, attributed to Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG 6148

Anna Selina Storace

attributed to Benjamin Vandergucht
oil on canvas, circa 1790
NPG 6148

John Warburton, by Andrew Miller, published by  John Bowles, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D18861

John Warburton

by Andrew Miller, published by John Bowles, after Benjamin Vandergucht
mezzotint, (1740)
NPG D18861

Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder', by and published by Joseph Saunders, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D3159

Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder'

by and published by Joseph Saunders, after Benjamin Vandergucht
mezzotint, published 14 December 1773
NPG D3159

Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder', by and published by Joseph Saunders, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D3160

Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder'

by and published by Joseph Saunders, after Benjamin Vandergucht
mezzotint, published 14 December 1773
NPG D3160

Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder', by Joseph Saunders, published by  Henry Bryer, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D36740

Alexander Jonston as Gibby in 'The Wonder'

by Joseph Saunders, published by Henry Bryer, after Benjamin Vandergucht
mezzotint, published 16 May 1774
NPG D36740

Henry Woodard in 'Petruchio', by and published by John Raphael Smith, printed by  James Gamble, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D36289

Henry Woodard in 'Petruchio'

by and published by John Raphael Smith, printed by James Gamble, after Benjamin Vandergucht
mezzotint, published 10 September 1774
NPG D36289

Gerard Vandergucht, by James Caldwall, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D18989

Gerard Vandergucht

by James Caldwall, after Benjamin Vandergucht
etching, circa 1775-1800
NPG D18989

William Bromfield, by John Raphael Smith, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D867

William Bromfield

by John Raphael Smith, after Benjamin Vandergucht
mezzotint, published 1777
NPG D867

John Thomas, by John Swaine, published by and after  George Perfect Harding, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D6950

John Thomas

by John Swaine, published by and after George Perfect Harding, after Benjamin Vandergucht
line engraving, published 1 August 1822
NPG D6950

John Thomas, by John Swaine, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D6951

John Thomas

by John Swaine, after Benjamin Vandergucht
line engraving, published 1822
NPG D6951

John Thomas, by John Swaine, after  Benjamin Vandergucht - NPG D6952

John Thomas

by John Swaine, after Benjamin Vandergucht
line engraving, published 1822
NPG D6952

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