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George, George and John Robinson

(active 1794-1801), Booksellers

Artist associated with 8 portraits

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Mary Campbell (née Bellenden), by James Heath, published by  George, George and John Robinson - NPG D2153

Mary Campbell (née Bellenden)

by James Heath, published by George, George and John Robinson
line engraving, published 1 May 1798
NPG D2153

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat, by Thomas Cook, published by  George, George and John Robinson, after  William Hogarth - NPG D37452

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
etching, published 1 December 1800 (1746)
NPG D37452

John Wilkes, by Thomas Cook, published by  George, George and John Robinson, after  William Hogarth - NPG D46104

John Wilkes

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
line engraving, published 1 April 1800 (published 16 May 1763)
NPG D46104

John Wilkes, by Thomas Cook, published by  George, George and John Robinson, after  William Hogarth - NPG D8507

John Wilkes

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
line and stipple engraving, published 1 April 1800 (published 16 May 1763)
NPG D8507

William Hogarth, by Thomas Cook, published by  George, George and John Robinson, after  William Hogarth - NPG D35902

William Hogarth

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
line engraving, published 1 June 1801 (1745)
NPG D35902

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'Credulity, Superstition and Fanaticism. A Medley'

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
etching and line engraving, published 1 October 1798 (1762)
NPG D21414

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'Analysis of Beauty Plate I' (A Statuary's Yard)

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
etching and line engraving, published 1 August 1798 (1753)
NPG D21415

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'Analysis of Beauty Plate II' (A Country Dance)

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
line engraving, published 1 August 1798 (1753)
NPG D21416

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