(Filippo Antonio) Pasquale Paoli (1725-1807), Corsican general and patriot
Sitter in 8 portraits
(Filippo Antonio) Pasquale Paoli
by Richard Purcell (Charles or Philip Corbutt), after Constantinusmezzotint, after 1755NPG D3802
published by Carington Bowles, after Henry Benbridgemezzotint, published 1769 (1768)NPG D18782
by Jacobus Houbraken, published by E. van Harrevelt, after S. Caronline engraving, 1769 (1769)NPG D19259
by Richard Brookshaw, after Gambalinimezzotint, circa 1775-1800NPG D14467
by William Daniell, after George Dancesoft-ground etching, published 1 February 1809 (18 July 1797)NPG D12130
'A literary party at Sir Joshua Reynolds's'
by D. George Thompson, published by Owen Bailey, after James William Edmund Doylestipple and line engraving, published 1 October 1851NPG D14518
by Richard Brookshaw, after Gambalinimezzotint, circa 1775-1800NPG D20471
by Anthony Cardon, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Ludwig Guttenbrunline engraving, published 15 October 1795NPG D19457
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