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John Taylor (1739-1838), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D33180

Henry Chichele

by Francesco Bartolozzi, after John Taylor
line engraving, 1772
NPG D33180

D15790

Thomas Tyers

by John Hall, after John Taylor
line engraving, circa 1775-1797
NPG D15790

D5732

Thomas Norris

by John Taylor
mezzotint, published 1777
NPG D5732

D13973

Thomas Norris

by John Taylor
mezzotint, published 1777
NPG D13973

D27987

John Taylor

by R. Clamp, published by E. & S. Harding, after John Taylor
stipple engraving, published 1796
NPG D27987

D37610

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by E. Bocquet, after John Taylor, after Joseph Nollekens
stipple engraving, published 1815
NPG D37610

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