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Charles Penny (active 1818-1825), Engraver and draughtsman

Artist associated with 17 portraits

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D13229

Francis Rous

by Charles Penny, after William Faithorne
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D13229

D14514

Jean-André de Luc (Deluc)

by Charles Penny, published by John Adey
stipple engraving, published May 1818
NPG D14514

D31547

Sir Cloudesley Shovell

by Charles Penny, after Michael Dahl
stipple engraving, published 1820
NPG D31547

D3150

Joseph Ivimey

by Charles Penny, after John Linnell
mezzotint, published 1820
NPG D3150

D36135

John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon

by Henry Edward Dawe, published by Zachariah Sweet, after Charles Penny
mezzotint, published 16 November 1824
NPG D36135

D7149

James Scarlett, 1st Baron Abinger

by Benjamin Holl, published by Charles Sweet, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, published 25 November 1824
NPG D7149

D7150

James Scarlett, 1st Baron Abinger

by Benjamin Holl, published by Charles Sweet, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, published 25 November 1824
NPG D7150

D19188

James Scarlett, 1st Baron Abinger

by Benjamin Holl, published by Robert Cribb, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, published 25 November 1824
NPG D19188

D37302

John Lens

by Charles Penny, published by Anna Sweet
stipple engraving, published 16 November 1825
NPG D37302

D3548

Sir John Leach

by Henry Edward Dawe, after Charles Penny
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D3548

D3549

Sir John Leach

by Henry Edward Dawe, published by Zachariah Sweet, after Charles Penny
mezzotint, published 12 September 1825
NPG D3549

D7144

John Abernethy

by Robert Cooper, published by James Bulcock, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, published 1825
NPG D7144

D13222

John Lens

by Charles Penny, published by Anna Sweet
stipple engraving, published 16 November 1825
NPG D13222

D20424

John Scott, 1st Earl of Eldon

by Henry Edward Dawe, published by Zachariah Sweet, after Charles Penny
mezzotint, published March 1825
NPG D20424

D31892

Charles James Blomfield

by C.S. Taylor, published by Smith, Elder & Co, published by T.C. Newby, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, published 1 July 1826
NPG D31892

D40012

Edward Burtenshaw Sugden, 1st Baron St Leonards

by Thomas Woolnoth, published by Charles Sweet, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D40012

D40318

John Thomas Thorpe

published by Burton & Smith, after Charles Penny
stipple engraving, published 15 March 1821
NPG D40318

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