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Thomas Potter Cooke (1786-1864), Actor

Sitter in 13 portraits

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Thomas Potter Cooke

by (George) Herbert Watkins
albumen print, arched top, late 1850s
NPG P301(136)


Thomas Potter Cooke

by Clarkington & Co (Charles Clarkington)
albumen carte-de-visite, early-mid 1860s
NPG x6373


Thomas Potter Cooke as Dick Fid in 'The Red Rover'

by Unknown artist
coloured lithograph, early 19th century
NPG D10921


Thomas Potter Cooke

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Samuel William Reynolds Jr
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D34096


Thomas Potter Cooke

by Godefroy Engelmann, after (Emile Jean) Horace Vernet
lithograph, 1826
NPG D17995


Thomas Potter Cooke as Jack Sykes in Edward Fitzball's 'Nelson'

by Nathaniel Whittock, after Thomas Charles Wageman
hand-coloured lithograph, 1827 or after
NPG D34097


Thomas Potter Cooke as Jack Sykes in Edward Fitzball's 'Nelson'

by Nathaniel Whittock, after Thomas Charles Wageman
lithograph, 1827 or after
NPG D34098


Thomas Potter Cooke as William; Miss Scott as Susan in 'Black-Eyed Susan'

by Unknown artist
coloured line and stipple engraving, after 1829
NPG D10922


Thomas Potter Cook as The Flying Dutchman

by Unknown artist
coloured etching, mid 19th century
NPG D10924


Thomas Potter Cooke

by Charles Baugniet
lithograph, 1843
NPG D34099


Thomas Potter Cooke

by Charles Baugniet
lithograph, 1843
NPG D34100

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