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Henry Thomson

(1773-1843), Painter and illustrator

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 9 portraits

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Jupiter and Io, by Henry Bone, after  Henry Thomson, after  Antonio Allegri da Correggio - NPG D17374

Jupiter and Io

by Henry Bone, after Henry Thomson, after Antonio Allegri da Correggio
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1801 (circa 1530)
NPG D17374

Nathan Drake, by William Ridley, published by  Vernor & Hood, after  Henry Thomson - NPG D16067

Nathan Drake

by William Ridley, published by Vernor & Hood, after Henry Thomson
stipple engraving, published 30 March 1805
NPG D16067

Emily St Clare ('Portrait of a lady'), by and published by William Say, after  Henry Thomson - NPG D11343

Emily St Clare ('Portrait of a lady')

by and published by William Say, after Henry Thomson
mezzotint heightened with white bodycolour, published 1806
NPG D11343

Sir William Weller Pepys, 1st Bt, by Henry Meyer, after  Henry Thomson - NPG D3872

Sir William Weller Pepys, 1st Bt

by Henry Meyer, after Henry Thomson
mezzotint, circa 1810-1840
NPG D3872

Sir James Campbell, Bt, by Charles Turner, after  Henry Thomson - NPG D1187

Sir James Campbell, Bt

by Charles Turner, after Henry Thomson
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D1187

Constantine Henry Phipps, 1st Marquess of Normanby, by Henry Thomson, published by  Colburn & Bentley, after  Frederick Richard Say - NPG D14003

Constantine Henry Phipps, 1st Marquess of Normanby

by Henry Thomson, published by Colburn & Bentley, after Frederick Richard Say
stipple engraving, published 1 September 1831
NPG D14003

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Richard Pennant, Baron Penrhyn

by James Heath, after Henry Thomson
stipple engraving, (circa 1790)
NPG D40146

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William Smith

by William Camden Edwards, after Henry Thomson
line engraving, (exhibited 1814)
NPG D41778

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Constantine Henry Phipps, 1st Marquess of Normanby

by Henry Thomson, published by Colburn & Bentley, after Frederick Richard Say
stipple engraving, published 1 September 1831
NPG D38996

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