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James Bromley (1800-1838), Mezzotint engraver

Artist associated with 11 portraits
James Bromley, engraver, was the son of prominent engraver William Bromley. He is best remembered as the engraver of several of Hayter's portraits of prominent public figures. These included a mezzotint of Princess Victoria (1834), which was reissued upon her accession in 1837. He also engraved Hayter's Victoria, Duchess of Kent and Lord John Russell Holding the Reform Bill in 1836.

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D37103

Richard Payne Knight

by James Bromley, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, (1805)
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D37104

Richard Payne Knight

by James Bromley, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, (1805)
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D18967

Richard Payne Knight

by James Bromley, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, (1805)
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D10842

King George IV

by James Bromley, after Robert Bowyer
mezzotint, published 1827
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D36297

William Wordsworth

by James Bromley, published by Moon, Boys & Graves, published by James Ryman, published by Robert Roe, after Sir William Boxall
mezzotint, published 10 June 1832
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D33567

Queen Victoria

by James Bromley, after Sir George Hayter
mezzotint, published 1834 (1833)
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D33293

Princess Victoria, Duchess of Kent and Strathearn

by James Bromley, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after Sir George Hayter
mezzotint, published 1835
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D4121

John Russell, 1st Earl Russell

by James Bromley, after Sir George Hayter
mezzotint, published 1836
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D39924

John Russell, 1st Earl Russell

by James Bromley, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, published by Hodgson & Graves, after Sir George Hayter
mezzotint, published August 1836
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D42039

Andrew Spottiswoode

by James Bromley, printed by Lahee & Co, published by Thomas Boys, after Thomas Phillips
mezzotint, published 28 June 1838
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D42040

Andrew Spottiswoode

by James Bromley, printed by Lahee & Co, published by Thomas Boys, after Thomas Phillips
mezzotint, published 28 June 1838
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