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Moritz Klinkicht (1845-after 1912), Wood engraver

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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Walt Whitman

by Moritz Klinkicht, supplement to the Illustrated London News, after Napoleon Sarony
wood engraving, published 16 November 1889
NPG D37573


John Lubbock, 1st Baron Avebury

by Moritz Klinkicht, supplement to the Illustrated London News, after Francis Henry Hart, for Elliott & Fry
wood engraving, published 15 February 1890
NPG D37474


James Russell Lowell

by Moritz Klinkicht, supplement to the Illustrated London News, after Elliott & Fry
wood engraving, published 15 August 1891
NPG D37462


Sir Edwin Arnold

by Moritz Klinkicht, probably after Henry Van der Weyde
wood engraving, published 2 April 1904
NPG D45897


Robert Arthur Talbot Gascoyne-Cecil, 3rd Marquess of Salisbury

by Moritz Klinkicht, supplement to Illustrated London News, after R. Huthsferner
wood engraving, published 21 August 1886
NPG D40042


John Tyndall

by Moritz Klinkicht, after Herbert Rose Barraud
woodcut, published 1893
NPG D39601


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