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William Pether (circa 1738-1821), Mezzotint engraver and painter

Artist associated with 20 portraits

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D3577

Richard Leveridge

by William Pether, after Thomas Frye
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D3577

D8411

Sarah Porter

by William Pether
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D8411

D9891

King George III

by William Pether, published by Henry Parker, and published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by John Boydell, after Thomas Frye
mezzotint, published 1 October 1762
NPG D9891

D11286

King George III

by William Pether, published by Henry Parker, and published by John Boydell, after Thomas Frye
mezzotint, published 1 October 1762
NPG D11286

D32854

Samuel Chandler

by William Pether, after Mason Chamberlin
mezzotint, published 1767
NPG D32854

D7409

John Ashton when a child

by William Pether, after Joseph Wright
mezzotint, published 1770
NPG D7409

D19894

Louis XVIII, King of France

by William Pether, published by John Boydell, after Elisabeth-Louise Vigée-Le Brun
mezzotint, published 9 November 1778
NPG D19894

D11303

John Ellis

by William Pether, after Thomas Frye
mezzotint, published 1781 (1761)
NPG D11303

D1566

William Coxe

by William Pether, after Charles Grignion
mezzotint, (1784-1786)
NPG D1566

D33057

Mary Chelsum (née Ward)

by William Pether, after S. Elmer
mezzotint, 1789
NPG D33057

D1265

Mary Chelsum (née Ward)

by William Pether, after S. Elmer
mezzotint, (1789)
NPG D1265

D1701

Mary Chelsum (née Ward)

by William Pether, after S. Elmer
mezzotint, 1789
NPG D1701

D41736

'The Three Smiths; Brothers, and Painters'

by and published by William Pether, sold by William Pether
mezzotint, published 1 July 1765
NPG D41736

D41737

'The Three Smiths; Brothers, and Painters'

by and published by William Pether, sold by William Pether
mezzotint, published 1 July 1765
NPG D41737

D41738

'The Three Smiths; Brothers, and Painters'

by and published by William Pether
mezzotint, published 1 July 1765
NPG D41738

D13263

John Ellis

by William Pether, after Thomas Frye
mezzotint, published 1781 (1761)
NPG D13263

D38393

Jeremiah Meyer

by William Pether, after Nathaniel Dance
mezzotint, 1789
NPG D38393

D38394

Jeremiah Meyer

by William Pether, after Nathaniel Dance
mezzotint, 1789
NPG D38394

D37777

Charles James Fox

by William Pether, published by John Brydon, after Joseph Nollekens
mezzotint, published January 1792
NPG D37777

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