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Edward Mitchell

(active 1797-1830), Engraver

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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Robert Burns, by Edward Mitchell, after  Alexander Nasmyth - NPG D32442

Robert Burns

by Edward Mitchell, after Alexander Nasmyth
line engraving, (1787)
NPG D32442

John Bruce, by Edward Mitchell, after  Sir Henry Raeburn - NPG D32244

John Bruce

by Edward Mitchell, after Sir Henry Raeburn
line engraving, (circa 1794)
NPG D32244

Kenneth Fletcher, by Edward Mitchell, after  A. Kay - NPG D8504

Kenneth Fletcher

by Edward Mitchell, after A. Kay
coloured etching, early 19th century
NPG D8504

The Death of Abercrombie (Sir Ralph Abercromby and five others), by Edward Mitchell, after  James Northcote - NPG D13766

The Death of Abercrombie (Sir Ralph Abercromby and five others)

by Edward Mitchell, after James Northcote
line engraving, published 1805 (1802)
NPG D13766

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas, by Edward Mitchell, published by  John Peter Thompson, after  Henry Singleton - NPG D36547

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas

by Edward Mitchell, published by John Peter Thompson, after Henry Singleton
stipple and line engraving, published 1 January 1806
NPG D36547

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas, by Edward Mitchell, published by  John Peter Thompson, after  Henry Singleton - NPG D36548

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas

by Edward Mitchell, published by John Peter Thompson, after Henry Singleton
stipple and line engraving, published 1 January 1806
NPG D36548

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas, by Edward Mitchell, published by  John Peter Thompson, after  Henry Singleton - NPG D36549

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas

by Edward Mitchell, published by John Peter Thompson, after Henry Singleton
stipple and line engraving, published 1 January 1806
NPG D36549

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas, by Edward Mitchell, after  Henry Singleton - NPG D36709

Henry Erskine Johnston in the Character of Douglas

by Edward Mitchell, after Henry Singleton
hand-coloured stipple and line engraving, published 1806
NPG D36709

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt, by Edward Mitchell, after  Sir Henry Raeburn - NPG D32443

Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by Edward Mitchell, after Sir Henry Raeburn
line engraving, (1822)
NPG D32443

Robert Forrester, possibly after Edward Mitchell - NPG D37737

Robert Forrester

possibly after Edward Mitchell
etching and stipple engraving, 1824 or after
NPG D37737

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John Home

by Edward Mitchell, published by George Reid & Co, after Anthony Stewart
line engraving, published 1797
NPG D13963

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