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Henry Parker (1725?-1809), Book and printseller

Artist associated with 40 portraits

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D23882

John de Baliol

probably by John Faber Sr, published by Henry Parker
mezzotint, early 18th century
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D41881

Walter de Stapledon

by John Faber Sr, printed for Henry Parker
mezzotint, circa 1710-1720
NPG D41881

D4305

Walter de Stapledon

by John Faber Sr, printed for Henry Parker
mezzotint, circa 1710-1720
NPG D4305

D3933

Sir Thomas Pope

by John Faber Sr, published by Henry Parker, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1712-1714
NPG D3933

D9265

Nicholas Wadham

by John Faber Sr, published by Henry Parker
mezzotint, 1719
NPG D9265

D4578

Nicholas Wadham

by John Faber Sr, published by Henry Parker
mezzotint, 1719
NPG D4578

D9362

Queen Elizabeth I

by Richard Houston, printed for Elizabeth Bakewell, printed for Henry Parker, after Isaac Oliver
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D9362

D33367

King Henry VIII

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, published by Henry Parker
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D33367

D19775

John Colet

by Richard Houston, published by Henry Parker, published by Elizabeth Bakewell
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D19775

D20126

Hugh Latimer

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, published by Henry Parker
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D20126

D20340

James Hervey; William Romaine; Thomas Jones; Martin Madan

published by Henry Parker, and published by Thomas Kitchin
mezzotint, circa 1750
NPG D20340

D33372

Nicholas Ridley

by John Faber Sr, retouched by Richard Houston, printed for Elizabeth Bakewell, printed for Henry Parker
mezzotint, published 1759
NPG D33372

D4635

William Waynflete

published by Henry Parker
mezzotint, circa 1759-1775
NPG D4635

D4636

William Waynflete

published by Henry Parker, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1759-1775
NPG D4636

D18945

Nicholas Ridley

by John Faber Sr, retouched by Richard Houston, printed for Elizabeth Bakewell, printed for Henry Parker
mezzotint, published 1759
NPG D18945

D21107

King Edward VI

by John Faber Sr, by Richard Houston, published by Henry Parker, published by Elizabeth Bakewell
mezzotint, published 1759
NPG D21107

D33140

King George III

by Richard Houston, published by Robert Sayer, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, published by Henry Parker, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1760
NPG D33140

D9492

The Brickdust Man

by James Watson, published by Henry Parker, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, after Nathaniel Hone
mezzotint, late 18th century
NPG D9492

D36846

Augustus Keppel, Viscount Keppel

by Edward Fisher, published by Robert Sayer, and John Bowles, and Carington Bowles, and Henry Parker, and Elizabeth Bakewell, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, 1760 (1759)
NPG D36846

D8194

Anne Irwin (née Barry)

by James Watson, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, published by Henry Parker, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, (1761)
NPG D8194

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