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Henry Seymour Conway (1719-1795), Field Marshal

Sitter in 6 portraits
Soldier; he failed in the attack on Rochefort, 1757, early in the Seven Years War against France. Nephew of Sir Robert Walpole; M.P., 1741-84.

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Henry Seymour Conway

by Isaac Gosset
wax medallion, 1760
NPG 1757


'The Jubilee'

by James Gillray, published by Elizabeth d'Achery
hand-coloured etching, published 2 August 1782
NPG D12311


Henry Seymour Conway

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, 1820 or after
NPG D1552


Henry Seymour Conway

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, 1820 or after
NPG D1553


Henry Seymour Conway

by Charles Algernon Tomkins, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1868 (1763)
NPG D14982


Henry Seymour Conway

by Richard Josey, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 1874
NPG D1546


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