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Artist associated with 32 portraits
David Marlay La Touche
by James Fittlerline engraving, late 18th centuryNPG D37183
by James Fittler, published by Isabella Crotchline engraving, published 12 May 1779NPG D34409
Sir Edmund Turnor
by James Fittler, after Herman Verelstline engraving, 1786NPG D29838
by James Fittler, after Herman Verelstline engraving, 1786 (1693)NPG D31555
by James Fittler, published by James Milbourne, published by John Brydon, after William Hamiltonline engraving, published November 1788 (1788)NPG D37684
by James Fittler, published by James Milbourne, published by John Brydon, after William Hamiltonline engraving, published November 1788 (1788)NPG D37685
Sir Matthew White Ridley, 2nd Bt
by James Fittler, after John Hoppnerline engraving, published 1788NPG D39761
Sir Walter Calverley Blackett, 2nd Bt
by James Fittler, after Sir Joshua Reynoldsline engraving, published 1789NPG D31798
Lloyd Kenyon, 1st Baron Kenyon
by and published by James Fittler, published by William Skelton, published by Benjamin Beale Evans, after John Opieline engraving, published 1 May 1789 (1788)NPG D36840
by James Fittler, published by Robert Cribb & Son, after John Opieline engraving, published 1 May 1789 (1788)NPG D36841
by James Fittler, published by and after Robert Bowyerline engraving, published 23 April 1789NPG D15125
Selina Hastings, Countess of Huntingdon
by James Fittler, after Robert Bowyerline engraving, published 1790NPG D3292
by and published by James Fittler, after James Northcoteline engraving, published March 1792NPG D38064
Sir John Borlase Warren
by James Fittler, published by John Boydell, published by Josiah Boydell, after Mark Oatesline engraving, published 1 October 1799NPG D37851
by James Fittler, after Thomas Phillipsline engraving, early 19th centuryNPG D35898
Isaac Hawkins Browne
by James Fittler, after Unknown artistline engraving, circa 1800-1825NPG D14813
Sir Robert Shirley (Sherley)
possibly by James Fittler, published by William Richardsonline engraving, published 1803NPG D26059
Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban
by James Fittler, after Paul van Somerline engraving, published 1803NPG D14035
King George III
by James Fittler, after Allan Ramsayline engraving, published 1810NPG D33162
by and published by James Fittler, after George Henry Harlowline engraving, published 8 April 1817NPG D37816
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