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Thomas Illman (active 1812-1860), Stipple engraver

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D38220

Earl of March and Darnley

by Thomas Illman, published by and after C. Shoosmith
stipple engraving, published 1814
NPG D38220

D8095

John Stafford Smith

by Thomas Illman, after William Behnes
stipple engraving, 1820s
NPG D8095

D33158

King George III

by Thomas Illman, printed and published by E. Cartwright & Co, after William Derby
stipple engraving, published 1820
NPG D33158

D28080

John Bull

by Thomas Illman
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D28080

D38628

Edward Fitzwilliam as O'Rourke O'Daisy in 'The Travellers'

by Thomas Illman, published by T & I Elvey, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1822
NPG D38628

D14084

John Stafford Smith

by Thomas Illman, published by T. Williams, after William Behnes
stipple engraving, circa 1775-1800
NPG D14084

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