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James Parker

(1750-1805)

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 16 portraits

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William Parsons as Alscrip, by James Parker, published by  Edward Harding, after  Silvester Harding - NPG D8431

William Parsons as Alscrip

by James Parker, published by Edward Harding, after Silvester Harding
stipple engraving, published 1786
NPG D8431

King Henry V, by James Parker, published by  Edward Harding, after  Silvester Harding - NPG D23741

King Henry V

by James Parker, published by Edward Harding, after Silvester Harding
stipple engraving, 1 June 1790
NPG D23741

King Edward IV, by James Parker - NPG D23784

King Edward IV

by James Parker
stipple and line engraving, published 1790
NPG D23784

The Revolution, 1688 (King William III; Queen Mary II), by James Parker, published by  John Harris, after  James Northcote - NPG D32811

The Revolution, 1688 (King William III; Queen Mary II)

by James Parker, published by John Harris, after James Northcote
line engraving, published 1790
NPG D32811

Henry Beaufort, Bishop of Winchester, by James Parker - NPG D23996

Henry Beaufort, Bishop of Winchester

by James Parker
stipple engraving, published 1791
NPG D23996

William Parsons as Alscrip, by James Parker, published by  John Sewell, after  Silvester Harding - NPG D8433

William Parsons as Alscrip

by James Parker, published by John Sewell, after Silvester Harding
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1795
NPG D8433

The Entry of James I into London (King James I of England and VI of Scotland), by James Parker, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D10610

The Entry of James I into London (King James I of England and VI of Scotland)

by James Parker, after Thomas Stothard
line engraving, published 1797
NPG D10610

Lady Mary presented to the Prince of Orange (King Charles II; King William III; Queen Mary II), by James Parker, published by  Robert Bowyer, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D32295

Lady Mary presented to the Prince of Orange (King Charles II; King William III; Queen Mary II)

by James Parker, published by Robert Bowyer, after Thomas Stothard
line engraving, published 1799
NPG D32295

'Commemoration of the 11th October 1797', by George Noble, and by  James Parker, published by  Robert Bowyer, and published by  John Edwards, after  Robert Smirke, after  John Smart - NPG D17018

'Commemoration of the 11th October 1797'

by George Noble, and by James Parker, published by Robert Bowyer, and published by John Edwards, after Robert Smirke, after John Smart
line engraving, published 1803
NPG D17018

Commemoration of the 14th February 1797, by William Henry Worthington, and by  James Parker, published by  Robert Bowyer, after  Robert Smirke - NPG D17017

Commemoration of the 14th February 1797

by William Henry Worthington, and by James Parker, published by Robert Bowyer, after Robert Smirke
line engraving, published 1803
NPG D17017

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unknown sitter engraved as King Henry VII when Earl of Richmond

by James Parker, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving, published 1790
NPG D9416

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King Henry VII

by James Parker, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving, published 1790
NPG D9417

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William Parsons as Alscrip

by James Parker, after Silvester Harding
stipple engraving, published 1795
NPG D8432

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Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth

by James Parker, published by John Boydell, and published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir William Beechey
line engraving, published 4 April 1803
NPG D41679

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'Commemoration of the 11th October 1797'

by George Noble, and by James Parker, published by Robert Bowyer, and published by John Edwards, after Robert Smirke, after John Smart
line engraving, published 1803
NPG D15178

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Henry Addington, 1st Viscount Sidmouth

by James Parker, published by John Boydell, and published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir William Beechey
line engraving, published 4 April 1803
NPG D15569

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