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Richard Childs (active 1860s-1880s), Lithographer

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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D42775

Kate Santley

by Richard Childs, printed by J. Hardy, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, circa 1860s
NPG D42775

D42770

George Leybourne

by Richard Childs, printed by J. Hardy, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, late 1860s-1870s
NPG D42770

D42767

Alfred Glenville Vance (Alfred Peck Stevens)

by Richard Childs, printed by J. Hardy, published by Charles Sheard, after Hobcraft
chromolithograph, 1870s-1880s
NPG D42767

D42829

Samuel Plimsoll

by Richard Childs
lithograph, 1874
NPG D42829

D42779

Walter Laburnum (George Walter Davis)

by Richard Childs, printed by Thomas Packer, published by Henri D'Alcorn
chromolithograph, 1876
NPG D42779

D42771

George Leybourne

by Richard Childs, printed and published by Charles Sheard
lithograph, 1878
NPG D42771

D42812

Arthur Williams

by Richard Childs, published by Charles Sheard
lithograph, 1879
NPG D42812

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