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Stephen Poyntz Denning (1795-1864)

Artist associated with 8 portraits

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D32427

John Burnet

by Charles Fox, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
etching, published 1827
NPG D32427

D38812

John Vane

by Charles Fox, published by Moon, Boys & Graves, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
line engraving, published 2 February 1829
NPG D38812

D38813

John Vane

by Charles Fox, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
line engraving, 1829
NPG D38813

D38814

Unknown man

after Stephen Poyntz Denning
line engraving, 1830
NPG D38814

D21782

Sabrina Bicknell

by Richard James Lane, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
lithograph, 1833 (1832)
NPG D21782

D22174

Sabrina Bicknell

by Richard James Lane, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
lithograph, 1833 (1832)
NPG D22174

D31758

probably Lucinda Sarah Bicknell (née Browne)

by James R. Mackrell, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
stipple engraving, 1838 (1833)
NPG D31758

D34998

George Grote

by John Henry Robinson, published by John Saunders, after Stephen Poyntz Denning
stipple engraving, 1840 (1834)
NPG D34998

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