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James Gillray

(1756-1815), Caricaturist

Sitter in 7 portraits
Artist associated with 881 portraits
Gillray was the greatest and most definitive satirist of the age. Producing caricatures of politics and social life, often directed at the Royal Family.

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James Gillray, by James Gillray - NPG 83

James Gillray

by James Gillray
watercolour on ivory, circa 1800
On display in Room 17 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 83

James Gillray, by Unknown artist - NPG 3650

James Gillray

by Unknown artist
watercolour, circa 1810
On display in Room 16 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3650

James Gillray, after James Gillray - NPG D9299

James Gillray

after James Gillray
hand-coloured etching, (circa 1800)
NPG D9299

James Gillray, by Charles Turner, after  James Gillray - NPG D2437

James Gillray

by Charles Turner, after James Gillray
mezzotint, published 1819 (circa 1800)
NPG D2437

James Gillray, by Charles Turner, after  James Gillray - NPG D2775

James Gillray

by Charles Turner, after James Gillray
mezzotint, circa 1819 (circa 1800)
NPG D2775

James Gillray, by Charles Turner, published by  George Humphrey, after  James Gillray - NPG D12275

James Gillray

by Charles Turner, published by George Humphrey, after James Gillray
mezzotint, published 19 April 1819 (circa 1800)
NPG D12275

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James Gillray

by Charles Turner, published by George Humphrey, after James Gillray
mezzotint, published 19 April 1819 (circa 1800)
NPG D19559

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