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John George Murray (active 1821-1856), Engraver

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D13771

View of the interior of the House of Lords, during the important investigation in 1820

by John George Murray, after James Stephanoff
stipple engraving, published 1823
NPG D13771

D32199

Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux

by John George Murray, and by John Porter, after Robert Bowyer
mezzotint, published 1831
NPG D32199

D33537

John Clow

by John George Murray, after Sir John Watson-Gordon
mezzotint, (1849)
NPG D33537

D40516

Charles Tennant

by John George Murray, after Andrew Geddes
mezzotint, (1830s)
NPG D40516

D40517

Charles Tennant

by John George Murray, after Andrew Geddes
mezzotint, (1830s)
NPG D40517

D40891

William Symington

by John George Murray, published by W. Marshall, after Alexander Craig
mezzotint, 1839 or after
NPG D40891

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