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George Rose (1744-1818), Statesman

Sitter associated with 14 portraits
George Rose entered Parliament as an MP in 1784. He was a strong supporter and ally of William Pitt, but he did not share Pitt's enthusiasm for parliamentary reform, Catholic relief and abolition of the slave trade. Rose served in many senior government posts including twice as Vice President of the Board of Trade, Paymaster of the Forces and Treasurer of the Navy.

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745

The House of Commons 1793-94

by Karl Anton Hickel
oil on canvas, 1793-1795
NPG 745

367

George Rose

by Sir William Beechey
oil on canvas, 1802
NPG 367

D12363

'The Prince in Clover'

by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 2 June 1787
NPG D12363

D12377

'Market day'

by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 2 May 1788
NPG D12377

D12408

'John-Bull, baited by the dogs of excise'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching and aquatint, published 9 April 1790
NPG D12408

D12551

'The death of the Great Wolf'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching and engraving, published 17 December 1795
NPG D12551

D13106

storming Heaven; - with, the gods alarmed for their everlasting-abodes'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, engraving and aquatint, published 1 May 1804
NPG D13106

D12884

'Political mathematician's, shaking the Broad Bottom'd hemispheres'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching and engraving, published 9 January 1807
NPG D12884

D12885

'John Bull and the sinking-fund - a pretty scheme for reducing the taxes & paying-off the national debt!'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 23 February 1807
NPG D12885

D12906

'Broad-bottom drones storming the hive - wasps, hornets & bumble bees, joining in the attack'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 2 May 1808
NPG D12906

D16256

George Rose

by John Samuel Agar, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Richard Cosway
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 15 January 1819 (1786)
NPG D16256

D39870

George Rose

by Giovanni Vendramini, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after William Evans, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 7 March 1811 (1802)
NPG D39870

D39871

George Rose

by Giovanni Vendramini, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after William Evans, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 7 March 1811 (1802)
NPG D39871

D39872

George Rose

by Giovanni Vendramini, after William Evans, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 1811 (1802)
NPG D39872

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