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Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann (1688-1750)

Artist associated with 19 portraits

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D1723

Isabella (née van Aerssen van Sommelsdijck), Countess of Auverquerque

by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1701
NPG D1723

D9136

Princess Sophia, Electress of Hanover

by John Smith, possibly after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D9136

D31375

Princess Sophia, Electress of Hanover

by and published by John Smith, possibly after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D31375

D11632

Princess Sophia, Electress of Hanover

by and published by John Smith, possibly after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D11632

D11929

Princess Sophia, Electress of Hanover

by and published by John Smith, possibly after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D11929

D30889

William Lloyd

by George Vertue, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
line engraving, 1714
NPG D30889

D37384

William Lloyd

by George Vertue, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
line engraving, 1714
NPG D37384

D19637

William Lloyd

by George Vertue, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
line engraving, 1714
NPG D19637

D9124

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D9124

D27414

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D27414

D11637

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D11637

D11636

Frederick William I, King of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D11636

D11159

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D11159

D11931

Frederick William I, King of Prussia

published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715
NPG D11931

D11932

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715
NPG D11932

D13202

Frederick William I, King of Prussia

by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715
NPG D13202

D10551

Princess Sophia, Electress of Hanover

by John Smith, possibly after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D10551

D10552

Princess Sophia, Electress of Hanover

by John Smith, possibly after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D10552

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