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George Clint (1770-1854), Portrait painter and engraver

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 77 portraits
Clint began as a miniature painter in Leadenhall Street, London. He learned the technique of mezzotint engraving from Edward Bell, the nephew of John Bell the publisher. Clint first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1802, but it was not until the 1820s that his career began to flourish. He established a reputation as a painter of theatrical subjects. Clint practised as a portrait painter throughout his career, but it is for his theatrical scene paintings that he is best remembered. George Clint was the father of Scipio Clint, medallist, and Alfred Clint, etcher and marine painter.

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4616

George Clint

attributed to George Clint
watercolour and bodycolour on ivory
On display in the Library at Bodelwyddan Castle
NPG 4616

2064

George Clint

by George Clint
oil on canvas, circa 1800
NPG 2064

4828

Thomas Jones

by George Clint
oil on canvas, circa 1814
NPG 4828

1283

Joseph Shepherd Munden

by George Clint
oil on canvas, circa 1822-1824
NPG 1283

D4021

Sir Joshua Reynolds

by George Clint, published by Lewis Wells, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1 November 1799 (1788)
NPG D4021

D7510

John Bannister

possibly after George Clint
mezzotint, early 19th century
NPG D7510

D37527

Joseph Wilkes

by George Clint, published by Thomas Walker
mezzotint, published 1 December 1803
NPG D37527

D1861

Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine

by George Clint, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1803
NPG D1861

D1862

Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine

by George Clint, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1803
NPG D1862

D4770

Thomas Whiter

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

D7078

Sir Edmund Antrobus, 1st Bt

by George Clint, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, 1803
NPG D7078

D36198

Thomas Erskine, 1st Baron Erskine

by George Clint, published by John Peter Thompson, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 4 June 1804
NPG D36198

D1494

John Collard

by George Clint, after James Lonsdale
mezzotint, published 1804
NPG D1494

D4388

Patrick Tonyn

by George Clint, after Sir Martin Archer Shee
mezzotint, published 1804
NPG D4388

D4389

Patrick Tonyn

by George Clint, after Sir Martin Archer Shee
mezzotint, published 1804
NPG D4389

D16085

Archibald Hamilton, 9th Duke of Hamilton

by George Clint, published by and after James Lonsdale
mezzotint, published 1804
NPG D16085

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

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