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James Godsell Middleton (circa 1805-1874), Painter

Artist associated with 5 portraits

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Susan Euphemia Douglas-Hamilton (née Beckford), Duchess of Hamilton

by H.S. Ball, after James Godsell Middleton
line and stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D35288


Sir Charles Wilkins

by John Sartain, published by Moon, Boys & Graves, after James Godsell Middleton
mezzotint, published 1 January 1830
NPG D7848


Mary Ann Weld-Forester (née Jervis), Lady Forester

by Henry Brett, published by Edward Bull, published by Edward Churton, after James Godsell Middleton
stipple engraving, published May 1834
NPG D6858


James Howard Harris, 3rd Earl of Malmesbury

by George Zobel, after James Godsell Middleton
mezzotint, (1852)
NPG D38170


Sir Henry Oxenden, 7th Bt

by John Porter, published by Henry Ward, after James Godsell Middleton
mezzotint, published 1 July 1839
NPG D39482

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