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John Burnet

(1784-1868), Painter and engraver

Sitter in 3 portraits
Artist associated with 10 portraits

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John Knox admonishing Mary Queen of Scots, by John Burnet, after  Sir William Allan - NPG D25066

John Knox admonishing Mary Queen of Scots

by John Burnet, after Sir William Allan
line engraving, early to mid 19th century
NPG D25066

George Agar-Ellis, 1st Baron Dover, by John Burnet, after  George Sanders (Saunders) - NPG D35377

George Agar-Ellis, 1st Baron Dover

by John Burnet, after George Sanders (Saunders)
line engraving, 1817
NPG D35377

Thomas Bewick, by John Burnet, after  James Ramsay - NPG D1064

Thomas Bewick

by John Burnet, after James Ramsay
line engraving, published 1817
NPG D1064

Thomas Moore, by John Burnet, published by  James Carpenter, after  Sir Martin Archer Shee - NPG D13692

Thomas Moore

by John Burnet, published by James Carpenter, after Sir Martin Archer Shee
line engraving, published February 1820
NPG D13692

Edward Cooke, by John Burnet, after  George Sanders (Saunders) - NPG D34088

Edward Cooke

by John Burnet, after George Sanders (Saunders)
line engraving, published 1821
NPG D34088

Thomas Campbell, by John Burnet, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D12229

Thomas Campbell

by John Burnet, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
line engraving, published 1828
NPG D12229

Fictitious portrait of Robert Burns, by John Burnet, after  Sir William Allan - NPG D32438

Fictitious portrait of Robert Burns

by John Burnet, after Sir William Allan
line engraving, circa 1838
NPG D32438

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Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by John Burnet, printed by R. Lloyd, published by Hodgson, Boys & Graves, after Sir William Allan
line engraving, published 25 March 1835 (1831)
NPG D40595

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Sir Walter Scott, 1st Bt

by John Burnet, published by Hodgson, Boys & Graves, sold by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after Sir William Allan
line engraving, published 25 March 1835 (1831)
NPG D40596

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