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John Emery (1777-1822), Actor

Sitter associated with 7 portraits
Artist associated with 1 portrait
The actor John Emery spent most his career at Covent Garden, often playing farmers and other country characters. This miniature shows him in a typical role. Emery was also an artist, and exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts.

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1661

John Emery

by Samuel Raven
oil on glass, circa 1819
NPG 1661

D38612

John Emery as Tyke in Morton's 'School of Reform'

by John Rogers, published by T & I Elvey, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple and line engraving, published 1822
NPG D38612

D36182

John Emery as Tyke in Morton's 'School of Reform'

by and published by Charles Turner, after Samuel De Wilde
mezzotint, published 14 June 1808
NPG D36182

D36183

John Emery as Tyke in Morton's 'School of Reform'

by and published by Charles Turner, after Samuel De Wilde
mezzotint, published 14 June 1808
NPG D36183

D36179

John Emery as Dandie Dinmont in Terry's 'Guy Mannering'

by Joseph John Jenkins, printed by E. Brain, published by W. McDowall, after Samuel De Wilde
stipple engraving, published June 1827
NPG D36179

D36180

John Emery as Dandie Dinmont in Terry's 'Guy Mannering'

by Joseph John Jenkins, printed by E. Brain, published by W. McDowall, after Samuel De Wilde
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published June 1827
NPG D36180

D36181

John Emery as Dandie Dinmont in Terry's 'Guy Mannering'

by Joseph John Jenkins, printed by E. Brain, published by W. McDowall, after Samuel De Wilde
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published June 1827
NPG D36181

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