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Stannard & Son (active 1870s), Lithographic printers

Artist associated with 17 portraits

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D42772

George Leybourne

published by Hopwood & Crew, printed by Stannard & Son, after Unknown artist
chromolithograph, published 4 January 1870
NPG D42772

D42794

Sidney Barnes

by Harry G. Banks, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, late 19th century
NPG D42794

D42797

George Vokes

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Francis Brothers & Day, after E.F.R.
chromolithograph, circa 1870s
NPG D42797

D42764

Rosa Richter; William Leonard Hunt

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son
chromolithograph, 1877 or after
NPG D42764

D42766

Rosa Richter

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son
chromolithograph, 1877 or after
NPG D42766

D42807

J.W. Rowley

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Hopwood & Crew
chromolithograph, 1878
NPG D42807

D42776

Nellie L'Estrange

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, 1880s
NPG D42776

D42793

T.W. Barrett

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Francis Brothers & Day
chromolithograph, circa 1880s
NPG D42793

D42802

Minnie Palmer

printed by Stannard & Son, published by V. & A. Dobrowolski, after Samuel Alexander Walker
chromolithograph, 1880s
NPG D42802

D42843

Minnie Palmer

printed by Stannard & Son, published by V. & A. Dobrowolski, after Samuel Alexander Walker
chromolithograph, 1880s
NPG D42843

D42833

A scene from 'The Colonel'

printed by Stannard & Son, published by Hopwood & Crew, after Unknown artist
chromolithograph, 1881
NPG D42833

D42805

Charles Godfrey

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Francis Brothers & Day
chromolithograph, 1882
NPG D42805

D42799

Henri Clark

by Alfred Concanen, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Hopwood & Crew
chromolithograph, 1884
NPG D42799

D42781

Ellen ('Nellie') Farren

printed by Stannard & Son, published by Charles Jefferys
chromolithograph, circa 1886
NPG D42781

D42792

Slade Murray

by Harry G. Banks, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Francis Brothers & Day
chromolithograph with adhered blue ribbon, 1887
NPG D42792

D42819

Sir Henry Morton Stanley

by Harry G. Banks, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, 1888 or after
NPG D42819

D42840

Fannie Leslie

printed by Stannard & Son, published by Eugene Ascherberg & Co
lithograph, 1890s
NPG D42840

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