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Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales (1707-1751), Son of George II; father of George III

Sitter associated with 35 portraits
The eldest son of George II and father of George III, he first came to England in 1728. On notoriously bad terms with his parents, he died in 1751 before he could succeed to the throne leaving his son to be crowned George III in 1760. A considerable patron of both painting and music.

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1164

Thomas Bloodworth; Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by Bartholomew Dandridge
oil on canvas, circa 1732
On display in Room 11 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1164

1556

'The Music Party'

by Philip Mercier
oil on canvas, 1733
NPG 1556

2501

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by Philip Mercier
oil on canvas, circa 1735-1736
On display in the Hall at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 2501

D33029

Children of King George II

published by Edward Cooper, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1715-1720
NPG D33029

D7918

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

after Unknown artist
mezzotint, (1716)
NPG D7918

D7919

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

possibly by John Faber Sr, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1716
NPG D7919

D7922

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by John Faber Jr, sold by Thomas Taylor, after Franken
mezzotint, 1716 or after
NPG D7922

D18813

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by and published by John Simon
mezzotint, 1718
NPG D18813

D33035

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by and published by John Smith, after Georg Wilhelm Lafontaine (Fountain, Fontaine)
mezzotint, 1724 (1723)
NPG D33035

D11643

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by and published by John Smith, after Georg Wilhelm Lafontaine (Fountain, Fontaine)
mezzotint, 1724 (1723)
NPG D11643

D11937

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

published by John Smith, after Georg Wilhelm Lafontaine (Fountain, Fontaine)
mezzotint, 1724
NPG D11937

D3023

The Royal Family of Great Britain

by Unknown artist
mezzotint, after 1724
NPG D3023

D33030

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by and published by John Simon, after Philip Mercier
mezzotint, (1728)
NPG D33030

D7923

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by Van Werdlen, after G. Hansson
mezzotint, 1729 or after
NPG D7923

D7927

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1729 or after
NPG D7927

D33031

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Jeremiah Davison
mezzotint, 1739 or before (1730)
NPG D33031

D33032

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Jeremiah Davison
mezzotint, 1739 or before (1730)
NPG D33032

D33033

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1730s-1740s
NPG D33033

D10774

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
mezzotint, probably 1730s
NPG D10774

D7920

Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales

by John Faber Jr, after Jeremiah Davison
mezzotint, 1739 or before (1730)
NPG D7920

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