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James Wyatt & Son (active 1839-1853), Printsellers, publishers, carvers, gilders and picture and looking glass framemakers

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D5567

Edward Bouverie Pusey

published by James Wyatt & Son
etching, mid 19th century
NPG D5567

D38110

Donald Maclean

by Samuel Cousins, published by James Wyatt & Son, after John Bridges
mezzotint, published 20 April 1837
NPG D38110

D35832

John Hill

by Samuel Bellin, printed by Brooker & Harrison, published by James Wyatt & Son, after John Wood
mezzotint, published 5 November 1841 (circa 1840)
NPG D35832

D36503

Richard Jenkyns

by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by James Wyatt & Son, after Henry Perronet Briggs
mezzotint, published 1 January 1842 (exhibited 1841)
NPG D36503

D38065

John David Macbride

by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by James Wyatt & Son, after William Salter
mezzotint, published 6 May 1850
NPG D38065

D38733

John Newman

by William Humphrys, published by James Wyatt & Son, after John Bridges, after Richard Westmacott
line engraving, published 1 May 1844
NPG D38733

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