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Charles William Sherborn

(1831-1912), Etcher and engraver

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 43 portraits

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Charles William Sherborn, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21183

Charles William Sherborn

by Charles William Sherborn
etching, 1856
NPG D21183

William Shakespeare, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21186

William Shakespeare

by Charles William Sherborn
line engraving, 1876
NPG D21186

William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D21200

William Lamb, 2nd Viscount Melbourne

by Charles William Sherborn, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
etching, 1877 (circa 1805)
NPG D21200

Oliver Cromwell, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Samuel Cooper - NPG D21187

Oliver Cromwell

by Charles William Sherborn, after Samuel Cooper
line engraving, 1879
NPG D21187

Robert Adam Nisbet-Hamilton (né Dundas), by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21190

Robert Adam Nisbet-Hamilton (né Dundas)

by Charles William Sherborn
line engraving, exhibited 1880
NPG D21190

Joseph Payne, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D4062

Joseph Payne

by Charles William Sherborn
etching, 1880
NPG D4062

Sir Francis Seymour Haden, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21208

Sir Francis Seymour Haden

by Charles William Sherborn
line engraving, 1880
NPG D21208

Jabez Inwards, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21191

Jabez Inwards

by Charles William Sherborn
etching, published 1881
NPG D21191

Colley Cibber, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Jean Baptiste van Loo - NPG D21192

Colley Cibber

by Charles William Sherborn, after Jean Baptiste van Loo
etching, 1882
NPG D21192

Vincent Ashfield King, by Charles William Sherborn, after  William Barnes Boadle - NPG D21193

Vincent Ashfield King

by Charles William Sherborn, after William Barnes Boadle
etching, 1882
NPG D21193

Unknown man called John Milton, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Samuel Cooper - NPG D21194

Unknown man called John Milton

by Charles William Sherborn, after Samuel Cooper
etching, 1883
NPG D21194

John Phelps, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D16707

John Phelps

by Charles William Sherborn
etching, 1883
NPG D16707

Catherine Sedley, Countess of Dorchester engraved as Nell Gwyn, by Charles William Sherborn, after studio of  Sir Peter Lely - NPG D21196

Catherine Sedley, Countess of Dorchester engraved as Nell Gwyn

by Charles William Sherborn, after studio of Sir Peter Lely
etching, 1884
NPG D21196

Mrs James, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21197

Mrs James

by Charles William Sherborn
etching, 1884
NPG D21197

Edward White Benson, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Henry Tanworth Wells - NPG D20728

Edward White Benson

by Charles William Sherborn, after Henry Tanworth Wells
etching, 1884 or after
NPG D20728

Frederick Locker-Lampson, by Charles William Sherborn, after  George Louis Palmella Busson Du Maurier - NPG D21184

Frederick Locker-Lampson

by Charles William Sherborn, after George Louis Palmella Busson Du Maurier
etching, 1885 (1872)
NPG D21184

Thomas Hill Green, by Charles William Sherborn - NPG D21198

Thomas Hill Green

by Charles William Sherborn
etching, 1885
NPG D21198

Samuel Pepys, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D21199

Samuel Pepys

by Charles William Sherborn, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
etching, 1885
NPG D21199

John Philip Kemble, by Charles William Sherborn, after  Sir Martin Archer Shee - NPG D21185

John Philip Kemble

by Charles William Sherborn, after Sir Martin Archer Shee
etching, 1886
NPG D21185

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