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John Graham (1755-1817), Painter and teacher of art

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 9 portraits

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D7774

Tryphosa Jane Wallis (later Campbell)

by Joseph Grozer, after John Graham
mezzotint, 1790s
NPG D7774

D2371

Key to The Burial of General Fraser

published by John Jeffryes, after John Graham
line engraving, published 1 March 1794
NPG D2371

D11096

Fictitious portrait called Lady Jane Grey

by George Dawe, after John Graham
hand-coloured mezzotint, circa 1795
NPG D11096

D16528

Richard Suett as Bayes in 'The Rehearsal'

by William Skelton, after John Graham
line engraving, published 1796
NPG D16528

D16529

Richard Suett as Bayes in 'The Rehearsal'

by William Skelton, after John Graham
line engraving, published 1796
NPG D16529

D9340

James Elphinstone

by James Caldwall, after John Graham
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D9340

D32224

Dr Brown

by Samuel Cousins, and by Henry Cousins, after John Graham
mezzotint, 1826
NPG D32224

D24195

Queen Elizabeth I (When Princess)

by Henry Edward Dawe, after John Graham
mezzotint, published 1830
NPG D24195

D39122

Master Murray

by Philip Dawe, after John Graham
mezzotint, published 1786
NPG D39122

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