George Watson (1767-1837), Portrait painter
Artist associated with 13 portraits
by Thomas Hodgetts, after George Watsonmezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D35899
by Charles Turner, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 1809NPG D32085
by Charles Turner, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 1809NPG D32086
by Charles Turner, published by John Steell, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 2 January 1809NPG D38108
by Charles Turner, published by John Steell, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 2 January 1809NPG D38109
by John Young, published by David Hatton, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 1 February 1809NPG D38111
by Charles Turner, published by John Steell, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 1 September 1810NPG D38425
by John Young, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 1814NPG D1920
by Henry Bone, possibly after George Watsonpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, April 1819NPG D17353
by G.A. Periam, after George Watsonline engraving, mid 19th centuryNPG D8764
Niel Menzies, 6th Bt
by Edward Burton, after George Watsonmezzotint, 1844 or afterNPG D38370
by Henry Cousins, after George Watsonmezzotint, published 1845NPG D32230
Sir William Purves-Hume-Campbell, 6th Bt
by William Walker, after George Watsonetching, 1816-1867NPG D36384
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