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Thomas Trotter (circa 1750-1803), Painter

Artist associated with 71 portraits
Thomas Trotter was a tradesman before studying under Blake. He engraved several plates in the manner of Stothard, but his reputation rests on his engravings from originals by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Unfortunately, his eyesight deteriorated to the point where he was unable to continue engraving and, towards the end of his career, he devoted himself exclusively to drawings of architectural views and antiquities.

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D24008

John Wycliffe

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D24008

D23648

King John

by Thomas Trotter, published by Thomas Cadell the Elder
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D23648

D23652

Blanche of Castille

by Thomas Trotter, after de Bie
stipple engraving, late 18th century
NPG D23652

D24199

Charles Brandon and Mary Tudor

by Thomas Trotter
line and stipple engraving, late 18th century
NPG D24199

D24848

Martin Bucer (Butzer)

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, probably late 18th century
NPG D24848

D24854

Paul Fagius

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, possibly late 18th century
NPG D24854

D24950

John Hooper

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, possibly late 18th century
NPG D24950

D25008

Hadrianus Junius (Adriaen de Jonghe)

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, probably late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D25008

D25205

Edwin Sandys

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, probably late 18th century
NPG D25205

D25218

John Jewel

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, probably late 18th century
NPG D25218

D29740

Richard Baxter

by Thomas Trotter, after John Riley
line engraving, late 18th-early 19th century
NPG D29740

D24845

Pietro Vermigli

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, 1779
NPG D24845

D24917

Nicholas Ridley

by Thomas Trotter, after Adriaen van der Werff
line engraving, 1779
NPG D24917

D24924

Hugh Latimer

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, 1779
NPG D24924

D24942

Thomas Cranmer

by Thomas Trotter, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, 1779
NPG D24942

D25189

Matthew Parker

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, 1779
NPG D25189

D25196

Edmund Grindal

by Thomas Trotter, after de Vos
line engraving, 1779
NPG D25196

D25199

John Whitgift

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, 1780
NPG D25199

D26792

Richard Sibbes (Sibbs, Sibs)

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, published 1781
NPG D26792

D26809

William Gouge

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, published 1781
NPG D26809

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