Artist associated with 8 portraits
Sir William Grant
by Richard Golding, after Sir Thomas Lawrenceline engraving, (1817)NPG D34788
Princess Charlotte Augusta of Wales
by Richard Golding, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Sir Thomas Lawrenceline engraving, published 1 January 1822 (1817)NPG D33522
by and published by Richard Golding, after Hugh Douglas Hamiltonline engraving, published 1822 (1812)NPG D35292
by Richard Golding, after Hugh Douglas Hamiltonline engraving, 1822 (1812)NPG D35293
by and published by Richard Golding, after Hugh Douglas Hamiltonline engraving, published 1822 (1812)NPG D15674
by Richard Golding, after Sir Thomas Lawrenceline engraving, circa 1822 (1817)NPG D22138
Sir Harry Calvert, 1st Bt
by Richard Golding, after Thomas Phillipsline engraving, published 1828 (1826)NPG D32541
by Richard Golding, published by Martin Colnaghi, after William Fowlerline engraving, published September 1830 (circa 1824-1826)NPG D18882
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