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Horatio Rodd (active 1798-1858), Bookseller, picture dealer and printseller

Artist associated with 15 portraits

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D12267

John Gerard

by T. Berry, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after John Payne
line engraving, (1633)
NPG D12267

D25308

Edmund Campion

published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd
line engraving, published 1 December 1819
NPG D25308

D25976

John Denison

possibly by R. Sawyer, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd
line engraving, published December 1820
NPG D25976

D31218

Sir John Houblon

by Robert Grave, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after John Closterman
line engraving, published 1 August 1820
NPG D31218

D27445

Edmund Gibson

by Burnet Reading, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after John Vanderbank
line engraving, published 1820 (1737)
NPG D27445

D4415

John Bulwer

by T. Berry, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after William Faithorne
line engraving, published February 1820
NPG D4415

D5307

Thomas Morton

by T. Berry, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after William Faithorne
line engraving, published October 1820
NPG D5307

D5308

Thomas Morton

by T. Berry, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1820
NPG D5308

D23935

John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham

by Unknown artist, possibly published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, and possibly published by Horatio Rodd
line engraving, published 1821
NPG D23935

D29223

James Hind

published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd
etching, published 1821
NPG D29223

D5539

Sir Henry Pollexfen

by T. Berry, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after Robert White
line engraving, published 1821
NPG D5539

D27215

Sir Nathaniel Barnardisten

by T. Berry, published by Horatio Rodd, after Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published July 1822
NPG D27215

D30482

Sarah Seymour (née Alston), Duchess of Somerset

by Burnet Reading, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after George Vertue
line engraving, published February 1822
NPG D30482

D30637

Hester Tradescant (née Pooks) and her step-son John Tradescant

published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd
stipple engraving, published 1827
NPG D30637

D13878

John Rushworth

by T. Berry, published by Thomas Rodd the Younger, published by Horatio Rodd, after Robert White
line engraving, published 1 August 1821
NPG D13878

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