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John Girtin (circa 1780-after 1820), Engraver and printer; brother of Thomas Girtin

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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D28253

Sir Peter Paul Rubens

by John Girtin
etching, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D28253

D28268

Sir Anthony van Dyck

by John Girtin, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D28268

D28286

William Dobson

by John Girtin
etching, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D28286

D24348

Hans Holbein the Younger

by John Girtin
etching, possibly early 19th century
NPG D24348

D25559

Isaac Oliver

by John Girtin
etching, possibly early 19th century
NPG D25559

D28061

Hendrik Hondius (Hond)

by John Girtin
etching, possibly early 19th century
NPG D28061

D28071

George Hoefnagel

by John Girtin
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D28071

D34510

Thomas Girtin

by Samuel William Reynolds, published by John Girtin, after John Opie
mezzotint, published 1814 (circa 1800)
NPG D34510

D38488

Horatio Nelson

by Anthony Cardon, and by John Girtin, published by Rudolph Ackermann, after Thomas Uwins, after Simon de Koster
line and stipple engraving, published 24 December 1805
NPG D38488

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