Artist associated with 11 portraits
The family of King Charles I
after Samuel Woodfordeline engraving, late 18th to early 19th centuryNPG D26374
Emma Trevelyan (later Mrs Wyndham)
by Henry Bone, after Samuel Woodfordepencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, September 1805NPG D17339
Joseph Clayton Jennings (later Jennyns)
by and published by William Say, after Samuel Woodfordemezzotint, published 10 September 1807NPG D36506
by James Basire, after Samuel Woodfordeline engraving, (1808)NPG D34432
by Robert Dunkarton, after Samuel Woodforde, published by Samuel Woodburnmezzotint, published 1811NPG D26982
by Robert Dunkarton, after Samuel Woodfordemezzotint, published 1811NPG D3977
by Robert Dunkarton, published by Samuel Woodburn, after Samuel Woodfordemezzotint, published 1811NPG D20032
George Brooks of Twickhenham
by James Heath, after Samuel Woodfordestipple engraving, 1820 or beforeNPG D32185
George Brooks of Twickenham
by James Heath, after Samuel Woodfordestipple engraving, 1820 or beforeNPG D32186
by Henry Meyer, published by John Merridew, after Samuel Woodfordemezzotint, published 1826NPG D40719
by Henry Meyer, after Samuel Woodfordemezzotint, published 1826NPG D4241
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