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Richard Cooper (1740-1814), Painter and printmaker

Artist associated with 8 portraits

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Daniel Dancer

by Richard Cooper
pencil, circa 1790?
NPG 4369


Five Children of King Charles I

by Richard Cooper, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, 1762 (1637)
NPG D32119


John Lilburne

by Richard Cooper, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving, late 18th-early 19th century (1649)
NPG D9325


The Procession of the Knights of the Most Noble Order of the Garter

by Richard Cooper, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching and aquatint, published 1782 (1638-1639)
NPG D11097


John Smith ('Better known by the name of Buckhorse')

by Richard Cooper
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D6783


Sir Robert Naunton

by Richard Cooper, after Simon de Passe
stipple engraving, published 1814
NPG D5328


Edward Kynaston

by Richard Cooper, possibly after Sir Peter Lely
stipple engraving, published 1818
NPG D18327


Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)

by Richard Cooper, published by John Bell, after Angelica Kauffmann
stipple engraving, published April 1810
NPG D14379

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