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George E. Madeley

(1798-1858), Engraver, lithographer and printer

Artist associated with 22 portraits

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John Wilson, by, printed and published by George E. Madeley - NPG D37028

John Wilson

by, printed and published by George E. Madeley
lithograph, 19th century
NPG D37028

Isaac Hawkins Browne, by George E. Madeley, after  Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey - NPG D32225

Isaac Hawkins Browne

by George E. Madeley, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
lithograph, (1818)
NPG D32225

William Thornton, by George E. Madeley, after  Varillat - NPG D40314

William Thornton

by George E. Madeley, after Varillat
lithograph, 1818 or after
NPG D40314

William Thornton, by George E. Madeley, after  Varillat - NPG D6955

William Thornton

by George E. Madeley, after Varillat
lithograph, 1818 or after
NPG D6955

John Liston, by and published by George E. Madeley, published by  Charles Ingrey - NPG D37364

John Liston

by and published by George E. Madeley, published by Charles Ingrey
hand-coloured lithograph, published January 1826
NPG D37364

Robert Walpole, by George E. Madeley, after  John Jackson - NPG D38516

Robert Walpole

by George E. Madeley, after John Jackson
lithograph, before 1826
NPG D38516

William Mitchell, by George E. Madeley - NPG D10977

William Mitchell

by George E. Madeley
coloured lithograph, mid 19th century
NPG D10977

John Greenhalgh, by George E. Madeley - NPG D11036

John Greenhalgh

by George E. Madeley
coloured lithograph, mid 19th century
NPG D11036

William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire, by George E. Madeley - NPG D15276

William Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire

by George E. Madeley
lithograph, circa 1826-1841
NPG D15276

Benjamin Nottingham Webster as Cousin Tod in 'Open House', by and published by George E. Madeley - NPG D4716

Benjamin Nottingham Webster as Cousin Tod in 'Open House'

by and published by George E. Madeley
coloured lithograph, circa 1829-1840
NPG D4716

William Bentham, by George E. Madeley - NPG D42311

William Bentham

by George E. Madeley
lithograph, mid 19th century
NPG D42311

John Russell, 1st Earl Russell, by T.C. Wilson, printed by  George E. Madeley, published by  S. Gans - NPG D5855

John Russell, 1st Earl Russell

by T.C. Wilson, printed by George E. Madeley, published by S. Gans
lithograph, 1830s-1840s
NPG D5855

Thomas Wakley, by George E. Madeley - NPG D7550

Thomas Wakley

by George E. Madeley
lithograph, 1830s-1840s
NPG D7550

John Reeve as Cupid, by and published by George E. Madeley - NPG D42698

John Reeve as Cupid

by and published by George E. Madeley
hand-coloured lithograph, circa 1832
NPG D42698

Sir Hugh Myddelton, 1st Bt, possibly by Joseph Fussell, printed by  George E. Madeley, published by  Simpkin, Marshall & Co - NPG D26129

Sir Hugh Myddelton, 1st Bt

possibly by Joseph Fussell, printed by George E. Madeley, published by Simpkin, Marshall & Co
lithograph, published 25 March 1835 (1628)
NPG D26129

Sir Isaac Newton, by George E. Madeley, after  Joshua (or John) Kirby Baldrey, after  Louis François Roubiliac - NPG D38746

Sir Isaac Newton

by George E. Madeley, after Joshua (or John) Kirby Baldrey, after Louis François Roubiliac
lithograph, 1837 (1751-1755)
NPG D38746

John Reeve as Jack Ragg, by and published by George E. Madeley - NPG D42695

John Reeve as Jack Ragg

by and published by George E. Madeley
hand-coloured lithograph, before 1838
NPG D42695

Henry Thomas Betty as Rollo in 'Pizarro', by George E. Madeley, published by  Joseph Onwhyn, after  F. Onwhyn - NPG D31734

Henry Thomas Betty as Rollo in 'Pizarro'

by George E. Madeley, published by Joseph Onwhyn, after F. Onwhyn
hand-coloured lithograph, 1840s
NPG D31734

Henry Thomas Betty as Rollo in 'Pizarro', by George E. Madeley, published by  Joseph Onwhyn, after  F. Onwhyn - NPG D31735

Henry Thomas Betty as Rollo in 'Pizarro'

by George E. Madeley, published by Joseph Onwhyn, after F. Onwhyn
lithograph, 1840s
NPG D31735

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