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James Stephenson

(1808-1886), Engraver and lithographer

Artist associated with 13 portraits

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Francis Egerton, 1st Earl of Ellesmere, by James Stephenson, after  Orazio (Horace) de Manara - NPG D36150

Francis Egerton, 1st Earl of Ellesmere

by James Stephenson, after Orazio (Horace) de Manara
line engraving, 1830s-1840s
NPG D36150

'Dickens placing his first contribution in the editor's box' (Charles Dickens), by Robert Herbert, after  James Stephenson - NPG D2271

'Dickens placing his first contribution in the editor's box' (Charles Dickens)

by Robert Herbert, after James Stephenson
wood engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D2271

Thomas Tooke, by James Stephenson, after  Unknown artist - NPG D7837

Thomas Tooke

by James Stephenson, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1830s-1840s
NPG D7837

Sir John Bowring, by James Stephenson, after  Charles Allen Duval - NPG D32025

Sir John Bowring

by James Stephenson, after Charles Allen Duval
mixed-method engraving, 1844
NPG D32025

Sir John Bowring, by James Stephenson, after  Charles Allen Duval - NPG D2844

Sir John Bowring

by James Stephenson, after Charles Allen Duval
mixed-method engraving, 1844
NPG D2844

John Dalton, by and published by James Stephenson - NPG D34671

John Dalton

by and published by James Stephenson
line engraving, published May 1845
NPG D34671

James Martineau, by James Stephenson, after  Charles Agar - NPG D38297

James Martineau

by James Stephenson, after Charles Agar
mezzotint, published 1847 (1846)
NPG D38297

James Martineau, by and published by James Stephenson, published by and after  Charles Agar - NPG D38298

James Martineau

by and published by James Stephenson, published by and after Charles Agar
mezzotint, published 1847 (1846)
NPG D38298

The British Surrendering their Arms to Gen. Washington, 1781, by James Stephenson, after  J.F. Renault - NPG D2212

The British Surrendering their Arms to Gen. Washington, 1781

by James Stephenson, after J.F. Renault
line and stipple engraving, circa 1860
NPG D2212

William Sharp, by James Stephenson, after  Henry Turner Munns - NPG D40677

William Sharp

by James Stephenson, after Henry Turner Munns
line engraving, late 19th century
NPG D40677

Henry Graves, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, by  James Scott, by  James John Chant, by  Robert Graves, by  Francis Holl, by  Charles Henry Mottram, by  Robert Bowyer Parkes, by  George Sanders, by  William Henry Simmons, by  Edward A. Smith, by  James Stephenson, by  George - NPG D34971

Henry Graves

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, by James Scott, by James John Chant, by Robert Graves, by Francis Holl, by Charles Henry Mottram, by Robert Bowyer Parkes, by George Sanders, by William Henry Simmons, by Edward A. Smith, by James Stephenson, by George
mezzotint, before 1880
NPG D34971

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Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson

by James Stephenson, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi, Scott & Co, after George Frederic Watts
line engraving, published 1 February 1862
NPG D40522

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Alfred Tennyson, 1st Baron Tennyson

by James Stephenson, after George Frederic Watts
line engraving, published 1874
NPG D20483

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