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Sir James Mackintosh

(1765-1832), Philosopher

Sitter in 7 portraits
Philosopher and a prominent Whig. He published Vindiciae Gallicae, 1791, in answer to Burke's Reflections on the French Revolution, but later came to admire Burke and to reject the French Revolution for 'its sanguinary history, its abominable principles and forever execrable leaders'.

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Sir James Mackintosh, by Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG 45

Sir James Mackintosh

by Sir Thomas Lawrence
oil on canvas, exhibited 1804
NPG 45

Sir James Mackintosh, by Charles Wilkin, published by  T. Cadell & W. Davies, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D38102

Sir James Mackintosh

by Charles Wilkin, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, published 16 August 1814 (exhibited 1804)
NPG D38102

Sir James Mackintosh, by Charles Wilkin, published by  T. Cadell & W. Davies, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D15370

Sir James Mackintosh

by Charles Wilkin, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, published 16 August 1814 (exhibited 1804)
NPG D15370

A Political Ruse "Ye Bankes & Braes", by John ('HB') Doyle, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D40983

A Political Ruse "Ye Bankes & Braes"

by John ('HB') Doyle, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 17 February 1830
NPG D40983

Sir James Mackintosh, by Isaac Ware Slater, printed by  Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by  Joseph Dickinson, published by and after  Joseph Slater - NPG D38104

Sir James Mackintosh

by Isaac Ware Slater, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by Joseph Dickinson, published by and after Joseph Slater
lithograph, published 3 July 1832
NPG D38104

Sir James Mackintosh, by William Greatbach, published by  Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, after  John Opie - NPG D13688

Sir James Mackintosh

by William Greatbach, published by Longman, Brown, Green & Longmans, after John Opie
line engraving, published 1846
NPG D13688

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Sir James Mackintosh

by William Ridley, published by Vernor & Hood, after John Opie
stipple engraving, published 1 February 1804
NPG D15371

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