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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 - NPG 1757

Henry Seymour Conway

by Isaac Gosset
wax medallion, 1760
NPG 1757

'The Jubilee', by James Gillray, published by  Elizabeth d'Achery - NPG D12311

'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 - NPG D1552

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 - NPG D1553

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 - NPG D14982

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 - NPG D1546

Henry Seymour Conway

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

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