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George Perfect Harding (1779 or 1780-1853), Portrait painter, copyist and antiquary

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 169 portraits
Miniature painter, copyist and a pioneer in the documentation of historical portraits.

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2492

Ralph Lumley

copy attributed to George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (1567)
NPG 2492

2409

Sir Edward Rogers

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, 1812 (1567)
On display in Room 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2409

2400

William Somerset, 3rd Earl of Worcester

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (1569)
NPG 2400

1492(b)

Sir William Drury

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (circa 1570s)
NPG 1492(b)

2410

Lord Edward Russell

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (1573)
On display in Room 3: showcase at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2410

2411

Lord Francis Russell

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (circa 1573)
On display in Room 3: showcase at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2411

2408

Oliver St John, 1st Baron St John of Bletso

by George Perfect Harding, after Arnold van Bronckorst
watercolour, (1578)
On display in Room 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2408

1492

Charles Somerset, 1st Earl of Worcester

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (after 1600)
NPG 1492

2401

Edward Bruce, 1st Baron Bruce of Kinloss

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, 1843 (1604)
NPG 2401

2404

Sir John Finet

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (circa 1609)
NPG 2404

2402

Sir Charles Caesar

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, feigned oval, (1624)
NPG 2402

2407

Christopher Wandesforde

attributed to George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, feigned oval, early 19th century (after 1630)
NPG 2407

2906a

William Oughtred

copy by George Perfect Harding, after an engraving by Wenceslaus Hollar
watercolour, (1644)
NPG 2906a

3018

William Craven, 1st Earl of Craven

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
ink and wash, (circa 1650)
NPG 3018

2419

John Williams

by George Perfect Harding, after Simon Verelst
watercolour, early 19th century (1696)
NPG 2419

5733

Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin

by George Perfect Harding, after Anton Graff
pen, grey wash and pencil, (1787)
NPG 5733

2666

John Colepeper, 1st Baron Colepeper

copy attributed to George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
sepia and wash, early 19th century
NPG 2666

1492(c)

George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland

by George Perfect Harding, after Nicholas Hilliard
watercolour, early 19th century (circa 1590)
NPG 1492(c)

2414

Gabriel Goodman

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, early 19th century
NPG 2414

2693

Unknown man, formerly known as John Lumley, 5th (or 6th) Baron Lumley

copy by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, early 19th century
NPG 2693

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