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Charles Hayter (1761-1835), Miniature painter

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 5 portraits
A miniature painter by training, Charles Hayter taught drawing to Princess Charlotte, George IV's daughter. He was the father not only of George but also of Anne and John Hayter, both successful artists.

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D19956

Charles Macklin

by John Wright, published by William Darling, and published by John Peter Thompson, after Charles Hayter
stipple engraving, published 28 March 1794
NPG D19956

D11134

Anne Isabella, Lady Byron

by Walker & Boutall, after Charles Hayter
photogravure, (1812)
NPG D11134

D38304

Francis Maseres

by Philipp Audinet, after Charles Hayter
line engraving, 1815
NPG D38304

D20849

Henry Gostling White

by Thomas Blood, published by James Asperne, after Charles Hayter
stipple engraving, published 1 February 1816
NPG D20849

D14800

Elizabeth Jenyns (née Grey)

by J. Sanders, after Charles Hayter
line engraving, after 1796
NPG D14800

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