Artist associated with 11 portraits
by Henry Kingsbury, after Prince Hoaremezzotint, late 18th centuryNPG D3733
by Henry Kingsbury, after John Raphael Smithmezzotint, published 1778NPG D4304
by Henry Kingsbury, published by William Humphreymezzotint, published 1779NPG D4797
by Henry Kingsbury, published by John Strongitharm, published by John Stockdale, after Joseph Wrightmezzotint, published 1 December 1780 (1780)NPG D5000
by Henry Kingsbury, published by John Strongitharm, published by John Stockdale, after Joseph Wrightmezzotint, published 1 December 1780 (1780)NPG D5001
by Henry Kingsbury, after Thomas Stublymezzotint, published 20 June 1780NPG D600
Anthony Webster as Comus in Milton's 'Comus'
by Henry Kingsbury, published by Francis Wheatleymezzotint, circa 1781NPG D37625
by Henry Kingsbury, published by George Nicol, published for Henry Wilson, after Georgiana Jane Henderson (née Keate)stipple engraving, published 1 May 1788NPG D14235
by Henry Kingsbury, published by Lee & Hunstmezzotint, published 30 April 1798NPG D921
by Henry Kingsbury, published by Lee & Hunstmezzotint, published 30 April 1798NPG D922
by Henry Kingsbury, after Prince Hoarehand-coloured mezzotint, circa 1775-1798NPG D18923
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