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Nathaniel Smith (1738-1809), Publisher

Artist associated with 10 portraits

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D27852

John Speed

after Unknown artist, published by Nathaniel Smith
etching, published 1791
NPG D27852

D25537

John Stow

by John Thomas Smith, published by Nathaniel Smith
stipple and line engraving, published 10 May 1792
NPG D25537

D18691

John Stow

by John Thomas Smith, published by Nathaniel Smith
stipple and line engraving, published 10 May 1792
NPG D18691

D23893

James I of Scotland

published by Nathaniel Smith
stipple and line engraving, published 1793
NPG D23893

D8377

King James I of England and VI of Scotland

published by Nathaniel Smith
lithograph, published 1 January 1793
NPG D8377

D12268

The Monument of the Tradescants (John Tradescant the Elder; John Tradescant the Younger)

published by Nathaniel Smith, after Wenceslaus Hollar
etching, published 15 July 1793
NPG D12268

D25380

Monument to Edmund Plowden in the Temple Church

published by Nathaniel Smith
line engraving, published 1794
NPG D25380

D39561

Sir Thomas Pasley, 1st Bt

by and published by John Thomas Smith, and by Anne Maria Smith (née Prickett), and published by Nathaniel Smith, printed by Joseph Stewardson, after Lemuel Francis Abbott
stipple engraving, published December 1796
NPG D39561

D38063

David Macbride

by John Thomas Smith, printed by Joseph Stewardson, published by Nathaniel Smith, after Reynolds of Dublin
line and stipple engraving, published February 1797
NPG D38063

D35598

Tomb of Lady Frances Kniveton (née Dudley)

published by Nathaniel Smith, and published by John Thomas Smith
line engraving, published 10 August 1798
NPG D35598

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