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David Lucas (1802-1881), Engraver

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 22 portraits

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D35223

John Hall

by David Lucas, after David Henry Parry
mezzotint, after 1826
NPG D35223

D36710

Wolley Jolland

by David Lucas, published by and after Richard Jones
mezzotint, published July 1828 (1824-1828)
NPG D36710

D4025

George Richards

by David Lucas, after James Matthews Leigh
mezzotint, 1828
NPG D4025

D4723

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by David Lucas, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1828
NPG D4723

D4724

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by David Lucas, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1828
NPG D4724

D33553

King William IV

by David Lucas, published by Mary Parkes, published by and after Robert Bowyer
mezzotint, published 1830
NPG D33553

D39779

Nicholas William Ridley-Colborne, 1st Baron Colborne

by David Lucas, published by Molteno & Graves, after John Jackson
mezzotint, published 1 March 1831
NPG D39779

D5189

John Temple Leader

by David Lucas, published by Thomas McLean, after Bryan Edward Duppa
aquatint, published 31 August 1837
NPG D5189

D37224

John Joseph Lawson

by David Lucas, published by Sir Francis Graham Moon, 1st Bt, after James Sant
mezzotint, published March 1840
NPG D37224

D1544

John Constable

by David Lucas, after Charles Robert Leslie
mezzotint, published 1843
NPG D1544

D1519

'Little Roxalana' (Maria Louise ('Minna') Constable)

by David Lucas, after John Constable
mezzotint, circa 1845 (1820)
NPG D1519

D20848

George Field

by David Lucas, after Richard Rothwell
mezzotint, 1845 (1839)
NPG D20848

D39714

George Richards

by David Lucas, published by Samuel Leigh, after James Matthews Leigh
mezzotint, 1828
NPG D39714

D39715

George Richards

by David Lucas, published by Samuel Leigh, after James Matthews Leigh
mezzotint, 1828
NPG D39715

D39716

George Richards

by David Lucas, after James Matthews Leigh
mezzotint, 1828
NPG D39716

D41709

John Sims

by and published by David Lucas, after Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co
mezzotint, published 1839 (1824)
NPG D41709

D36664

James William Farrer

by David Lucas, published by James Anthony Molteno, after John Partridge
mezzotint, published 2 July 1840
NPG D36664

D41794

Sir George Henry Smyth, 6th Bt

by David Lucas, published by Thomas Knibb, after Archibald Archer
mezzotint, published November 1840
NPG D41794

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