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Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex (1773-1843), Son of King George III

Sitter associated with 35 portraits
Suffering from asthma, Prince Augustus Frederick, was deemed too delicate to join the army or navy. He therefore travelled throughout the Continent, and in Rome in 1793, he secretly married Lady Augusta Murray. Despite attempts to 'legalise' their union, it was declared void.

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Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
pencil, 1829-1830
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Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
pencil, 1829-1830
NPG 316a(120)

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Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by William Joseph Taylor, after C. Henry Weigall
bronze medal, 1843
NPG 982j

D33232

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by George Sanders, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, (1782)
NPG D33232

D15466

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Marie Anne Bourlier, published by Edward Harding, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 19 May 1806
NPG D15466

D33235

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Andrea Freschi, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Charles or Carl or Christian Rosenberg
stipple engraving, published 24 June 1813
NPG D33235

D33236

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Andrea Freschi, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Charles or Carl or Christian Rosenberg
stipple engraving, published 1813
NPG D33236

D33237

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Andrea Freschi, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Charles or Carl or Christian Rosenberg
stipple engraving, published 1813
NPG D33237

D33238

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by and published by William Skelton, after Sir William Beechey
line engraving, published 1816
NPG D33238

D6908

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Thomas Hodgetts, after John James Masquerier
mezzotint, published 1816
NPG D6908

D9114

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by William James Ward, after George Henry Harlow
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D9114

D33233

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Charles Turner, published by John Miller, after Chester Harding
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D33233

D33234

Prince Augustus Frederick, Duke of Sussex

by Charles Turner, published by John Miller, after Chester Harding
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D33234

D40995

The Woolsack

by John ('HB') Doyle, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 8 April 1830
NPG D40995

D41083

A Grateful Specimen of The Retort Courteous

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Charles Etienne Pierre Motte, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 12 August 1831
NPG D41083

D41088

Going to a Half Crown-ation

by John ('HB') Doyle, printed by Charles Etienne Pierre Motte, published by Thomas McLean
lithograph, published 7 September 1831
NPG D41088

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