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Joseph John Skelton

(1783-1871), Engraver

Artist associated with 4 portraits

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John Mordaunt, 2nd Baron Mordaunt, by Joseph John Skelton - NPG D38955

John Mordaunt, 2nd Baron Mordaunt

by Joseph John Skelton
line engraving, (1564)
NPG D38955

Edward O'Bryen, by William Skelton, and by and published by  Joseph John Skelton, after  John Smart - NPG D40205

Edward O'Bryen

by William Skelton, and by and published by Joseph John Skelton, after John Smart
line engraving, published 1 June 1809
NPG D40205

Sir Charles James Napier, by Joseph John Skelton, after  William Edward Kilburn - NPG D38462

Sir Charles James Napier

by Joseph John Skelton, after William Edward Kilburn
stipple and line engraving, 1849
NPG D38462

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Tomb effigies of Sir Thomas Pope and Elizabeth (née Blount), Lady Paulet

by and published by Joseph John Skelton, after J. Willis, after Unknown artist
etching, published 1 May 1830
NPG D40354

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