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Charles Spooner (died 1767), Irish mezzotint engraver

Artist associated with 31 portraits
Charles Spooner was born in County Wexford, Ireland. He moved to London and studied under J. Brookes, after which he engraved portraits after, among others, Rembrandt, Teniers and his own models.

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D3063

Miss Hoare

by Charles Spooner, after William Hoare
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D3063

D824

Mrs Brooks

by Charles Spooner, printed for John Bowles, after Thomas Worlidge
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D824

D14527

Nancy Dawson

by James Watson, published by John Bowles, after Charles Spooner
mezzotint, published circa 1740-1780
NPG D14527

D9113

The Studious Fair (possibly Sophia Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz)

by Charles Spooner, after Mary Benwell (Mrs Code)
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D9113

D2506

Maria (née Gunning), Countess of Coventry

by Charles Spooner, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D2506

D3578

Probably Susanna Campbell (née Lewis)

by Charles Spooner, after Jean Etienne Liotard
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D3578

D3318

Sir William Johnson, 1st Bt

by Charles Spooner, sold by William Herbert, after T. Adams
mezzotint, published 2 February 1756
NPG D3318

D347

Mary (née Panton), Duchess of Ancaster

by Charles Spooner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (1757-1759)
NPG D347

D14884

Mary (née Panton), Duchess of Ancaster

by Charles Spooner, published by Robert Sayer, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
hand-coloured mezzotint, (circa 1757-1759)
NPG D14884

D32906

William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland

by Charles Spooner, published by John Bowles, and published by Carington Bowles, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, circa 1758-1761 (1758)
NPG D32906

D32907

William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland

by Charles Spooner, published by John Bowles, and published by Carington Bowles, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, circa 1758-1761 (1758)
NPG D32907

D7007

Mary (née Panton), Duchess of Ancaster

by Charles Spooner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (1758)
NPG D7007

D2968

Lady Selina Hastings

by Charles Spooner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (1759)
NPG D2968

D9156

Elisha Mathew (née Smith)

by Charles Spooner, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, 1760s
NPG D9156

D9157

Elisha Mathew (née Smith)

by Charles Spooner, printed for Robert Sayer, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, 1760s
NPG D9157

D33146

King George III

by Charles Spooner, after Jeremiah Meyer
mezzotint, circa 1760-1767
NPG D33146

D10801

Maria (née Walpole), Duchess of Gloucester and Edinburgh

by Charles Spooner, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (1760-1761)
NPG D10801

D2475

John Manners, Marquess of Granby

by Charles Spooner, printed for John Bowles, printed for Carington Bowles, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, 1760 (circa 1758-1760)
NPG D2475

D2648

John Manners, Marquess of Granby

by Charles Spooner, printed for John Bowles, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, 1760 (circa 1758-1760)
NPG D2648

D3889

Penelope Pitt (née Atkins), Lady Rivers when Mrs Pitt

by Charles Spooner, after Penelope Carwardine
mezzotint, 1760s
NPG D3889

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