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S. Gans (active 1829-1831), Publisher

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D34955

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey

by T.C. Wilson, published by S. Gans
lithograph, early 1830s
NPG D34955

D5855

John Russell, 1st Earl Russell

by T.C. Wilson, printed by George E. Madeley, published by S. Gans
lithograph, 1830s-1840s
NPG D5855

D46045

John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon ('The Man Wot Drives the Opposition')

by John Phillips, after S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published April 1829
NPG D46045

D46043

Partial Distress.

hand-coloured etching, published 16 February 1830
NPG D46043

D46046

A Patriotic Toast

by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 25 February 1830
NPG D46046

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