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Rudolph Ackermann Jr

(1793-1868), Print publisher

Artist associated with 14 portraits

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Marie Taglioni, by Richard James Lane, printed by  Graf & Soret, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr - NPG D22015

Marie Taglioni

by Richard James Lane, printed by Graf & Soret, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22015

Thomas Gibbs, by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by  Brooker & Harrison, published by  Thomas Agnew, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after  Richard Ansdell - NPG D34451

Thomas Gibbs

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by Brooker & Harrison, published by Thomas Agnew, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Richard Ansdell
mezzotint, mid 19th century
NPG D34451

Thomas Gibbs, by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by  Brooker & Harrison, published by  Thomas Agnew, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by  Anaglyphic Company, after  Richard Ansdell - NPG D34452

Thomas Gibbs

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by Brooker & Harrison, published by Thomas Agnew, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by Anaglyphic Company, after Richard Ansdell
mezzotint, mid 19th century
NPG D34452

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey, by William Say, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after  Frederick Richard Say - NPG D11356

Charles Grey, 2nd Earl Grey

by William Say, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Frederick Richard Say
mezzotint heightened with white bodycolour, published 1833
NPG D11356

John Willis, by William Say, published by  Henry Mortlock, and published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after  Richard Evans - NPG D11308

John Willis

by William Say, published by Henry Mortlock, and published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Richard Evans
mezzotint, published 2 June 1834
NPG D11308

Charles Fitzroy, 3rd Baron Southampton, by Andrew Duncan, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after  Sir Francis Grant - NPG D42854

Charles Fitzroy, 3rd Baron Southampton

by Andrew Duncan, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Sir Francis Grant
line and stipple engraving, published 1836
NPG D42854

Sir Charles Broke Vere, by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by  Colnaghi and Puckle, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by  Thomas McLean, published by  S. & J. Fuller, published by  E. Deck, after  George Patten - NPG D39231

Sir Charles Broke Vere

by Thomas Goff Lupton, published by Colnaghi and Puckle, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by Thomas McLean, published by S. & J. Fuller, published by E. Deck, after George Patten
mezzotint, published 1839
NPG D39231

Richard Tattersall, by William Giller, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after  Charles Hancock - NPG D40821

Richard Tattersall

by William Giller, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Charles Hancock
mezzotint, published 15 November 1841
NPG D40821

Thomas Milner Gibson, by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by  Brooker & Harrison, published by  Thomas Agnew, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by  Anaglyphic Company, after  Charles Allen Duval - NPG D34465

Thomas Milner Gibson

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, printed by Brooker & Harrison, published by Thomas Agnew, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by Anaglyphic Company, after Charles Allen Duval
mixed-method engraving, 8 May 1844 (1843)
NPG D34465

'A highland shepherd's dog', by Richard James Lane, printed by  Graf & Soret, published by  Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after  Sir Edwin Henry Landseer - NPG D22018

'A highland shepherd's dog'

by Richard James Lane, printed by Graf & Soret, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
lithograph, published 1 March 1856
NPG D22018

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John Willis

by William Say, published by Henry Mortlock, and published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, after Richard Evans
mezzotint, published 2 June 1834
NPG D15124

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James Allen Ransome

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, by Brooker & Harrison, printed by George Salisbury Shury, published by Thomas Agnew, published by Rudolph Ackermann Jr, published by Anaglyphic Company, after Richard Ansdell
mixed-method engraving, published 18 June 1844
NPG D39205

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