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W. Clerk (active 1830s), Lithographic printer

Artist associated with 10 portraits

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Joseph Rayner Stephens

printed by W. Clerk
lithograph, 1830s-1840s
NPG D6846


Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington; Horatio Nelson

by T.C. Wilson, printed by W. Clerk, published by E. Glover
lithograph, probably 1830s
NPG D13770


Sir George de Lacy Evans

by M. O'Connor, printed by W. Clerk, published by J.O. Clerk
lithograph, 1833 or after
NPG D36589


Thomas Slingsby Duncombe

by M. O'Connor, printed by W. Clerk, published by J.O. Clerk, published by J. McCormick
lithograph, 1834 or after
NPG D35795


Queen Victoria

by T.C. Wilson, printed by W. Clerk
lithograph, circa 1838
NPG D33600


John Frost

by W. Clerk, published by F. Glover
lithograph, 1840
NPG D40454


John Frost

by W. Clerk, published by F. Glover
lithograph, 1840
NPG D42204


William Darling; Grace Darling

by J.C. Wilson, printed by W. Clerk, published by Lucy Williams & Son
lithograph, circa 1843-1844
NPG D42818

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