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James Wilson (circa 1735-after 1786), Printmaker

Artist associated with 21 portraits

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D2566

Edward Hawke, 1st Baron Hawke

by James Wilson, after George Knapton
mezzotint, circa 1755-1765
NPG D2566

D2584

Edward Hawke, 1st Baron Hawke

by James Wilson, after George Knapton
mezzotint, circa 1755-1765
NPG D2584

D2904

Edward Hawke, 1st Baron Hawke

by James Wilson, after George Knapton
mezzotint, circa 1755-1765
NPG D2904

D4658

Miss Nailer (Naylor) as Hebe

by James Wilson, after Robert Edge Pine
mezzotint, circa 1760-1780
NPG D4658

D8508

John Wilkes

by James Wilson, after Robert Edge Pine
mezzotint, published 1764
NPG D8508

D37446

Elizabeth Kerr (née Fortescue), Marchioness of Lothian

by James Wilson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (circa 1769)
NPG D37446

D37447

Elizabeth Kerr (née Fortescue), Marchioness of Lothian

by James Wilson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (circa 1769)
NPG D37447

D9115

William Campbell Skinner

by James Wilson, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, late 18th century
NPG D9115

D10661

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Wilson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D10661

D36835

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Wilson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D36835

D3396

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Wilson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D3396

D4253

William Campbell Skinner

by James Wilson, printed for Robert Sayer, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, published 1 December 1770
NPG D4253

D32211

Mary (née Hill), Lady Broughton-Delves

by James Wilson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D32211

D37088

Louisa Williams

by James Wilson, after Francis Farrel
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D37088

D4795

Louisa Williams

by James Wilson, published by William Darling, after Francis Farrel
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D4795

D4796

Louisa Williams

by James Wilson, after Francis Farrel
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D4796

D844

Mary (née Hill), Lady Broughton-Delves

by James Wilson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D844

D9116

William Campbell Skinner

by James Wilson, printed for Robert Sayer, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, published 1 December 1786
NPG D9116

D39345

Nelly O'Brien

by James Wilson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (circa 1762-1764)
NPG D39345

D19620

John Wilkes

by James Wilson, after Robert Edge Pine
mezzotint, published 1764
NPG D19620

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