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Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat (1667?-1747), Jacobite

Sitter in 8 portraits
Jacobite; he was executed at the age of eighty for high treason in the 1745 Rising, after a lifetime of devious intrigue between Jacobites and Hanoverians. A huge crowd attended the execution.

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Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

after William Hogarth
oil on canvas, (1746)
NPG 216

D18810

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

by John Simon, after Le Clerc (Clare)
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D18810

D1347

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

by William Hogarth
etching, published 25 August 1746 (1746)
NPG D1347

D5111

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

by William Hogarth
etching, published 25 August 1746 (1746)
NPG D5111

D5647

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

after William Hogarth
mezzotint, (1746)
NPG D5647

D13960

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

by William Hogarth
etching, published 25 August 1746 (1746)
NPG D13960

D1346

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat ('Lovat's Ghost on Pilgrimage')

by Samuel Ireland
mezzotint and etching, published 15 June 1747
NPG D1346

D37452

Simon Fraser, 11th Baron Lovat

by Thomas Cook, published by George, George and John Robinson, after William Hogarth
etching, published 1 December 1800 (1746)
NPG D37452

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