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Jeremiah Meyer (1735-1789), Miniature painter

Sitter in 6 portraits
Artist associated with 7 portraits
Jeremiah Meyer was a miniature painter. Among Meyer's creations as Painter in Miniatures and Enamels to King George III, was the king's portrait used for coinage.

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4044

Sir William Chambers

by Jeremiah Meyer
watercolour and bodycolour on ivory, after 1770
On display in Room 14 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 4044

4070

Thomas Gage

by Jeremiah Meyer
watercolour and bodycolour on ivory, circa 1770-1780
On display in Room 14 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 4070

D33146

King George III

by Charles Spooner, after Jeremiah Meyer
mezzotint, circa 1760-1767
NPG D33146

D9255

King George III

probably by John Raphael Smith, after Jeremiah Meyer
mezzotint, (circa 1760)
NPG D9255

D33147

King George III

by James Macardell, after Jeremiah Meyer
mezzotint, published 1761
NPG D33147

D33148

King George III

by J. Simson, published by John Boydell, and published by Thomas Jefferys, after Jeremiah Meyer, after James Macardell
mezzotint, published 1761
NPG D33148

D15804

King George III

published by Thomas Kelly, after Jeremiah Meyer
stipple engraving, published 7 February 1820
NPG D15804

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