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Richard Parkes Bonington (1802-1828), Painter

Sitter in 9 portraits
Artist associated with 6 portraits
Painter who studied and worked in France, where he was the friend of Delacroix. His landscapes and genre scenes, fluent in touch and brilliant in colour and light, had a liberating effect on Romantic art. Despite his short career, Bonington is regarded as one of the great masters of the English School.

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1729

Richard Parkes Bonington

by Richard Parkes Bonington
watercolour, circa 1820-1825
NPG 1729

D4770

Thomas Whiter

by George Clint, after Richard Parkes Bonington
mezzotint, 1803
NPG D4770

D37992

George Walker

by George Clint, published by and after Richard Parkes Bonington
mezzotint, published 1805
NPG D37992

D8632

George Walker

by George Clint, published by and after Richard Parkes Bonington
mezzotint, published 1805
NPG D8632

D31976

Richard Parkes Bonington

by Charles Damour, after Richard Parkes Bonington
aquatint, (circa 1820)
NPG D31976

D22056

'A Turk'

by Richard James Lane, printed by Engelmann & Co, published by Joseph Dickinson, after Richard Parkes Bonington
lithograph, published 1829
NPG D22056

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