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Henry Morland (1719?-1797), Portrait painter

Sitter associated with 1 portrait
Artist associated with 22 portraits

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124

Sir Eyre Coote

attributed to Henry Morland
oil on canvas, circa 1763
On display in Room 14 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 124

D7928

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1750-1763
NPG D7928

D9204

King George III

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1760
NPG D9204

D33140

King George III

by Richard Houston, published by Robert Sayer, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, published by Henry Parker, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1760
NPG D33140

D33141

King George III

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1760
NPG D33141

D33163

King George III (The King's address to Parliament, 18 November 1760)

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1760
NPG D33163

D7994

King George III

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1760
NPG D7994

D7995

King George III

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, (circa 1760)
NPG D7995

D7929

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D7929

D9672

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, and published by Robert Sayer, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D9672

D14232

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, and published by Robert Sayer, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D14232

D2906

Reading by a Paper-bell Shade (Unknown woman)

by Philip Dawe, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1768
NPG D2906

D32069

James Bradshaw

by John Raphael Smith, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1784
NPG D32069

D32070

James Bradshaw

by John Raphael Smith, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1784
NPG D32070

D32071

James Bradshaw

by John Raphael Smith, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1784
NPG D32071

D1992

Ingham Foster

by John Raphael Smith, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1784
NPG D1992

D39123

Frances ('Fanny') Murray (née Rudman)

by and published by James Macardell, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, 1740-1756
NPG D39123

D39124

Frances ('Fanny') Murray (née Rudman)

by Charles Spooner, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D39124

D20037

King George III

by Richard Houston, published by Robert Sayer, and published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, circa 1760
NPG D20037

D20335

Edward Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

by Richard Houston, published by Elizabeth Bakewell, and published by Henry Parker, and published by Robert Sayer, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published circa 1762-1775
NPG D20335

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