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Francis Bindon (circa 1700-1765)

Artist associated with 7 portraits
Francis Bindon studied at the Academy of Painting in London, under the guidance of Sir Godfrey Kneller, after which he established himself as a portrait painter. He later turned to architecture and designed several houses, particularly in his native County Clare.

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Jonathan Swift

by Francis Bindon
oil on canvas, circa 1724-1726
NPG 5319


Hugh Boulter

after Francis Bindon
oil on canvas, (1742?)
NPG 502


Hugh Boulter

by John Brooks, published by Thomas Jefferys, published by William Herbert, after Francis Bindon
mezzotint, 1742 or after
NPG D32003


Hugh Boulter

by John Brooks, published by Thomas Jefferys, published by William Herbert, after Francis Bindon
mezzotint, 1742 or after
NPG D32004


Hugh Boulter

by John Brooks, after Francis Bindon
mezzotint, 1742 or after
NPG D183


Jonathan Swift

by Andrew Miller, after Francis Bindon
mezzotint, 1743-1744
NPG D31512


Jonathan Swift

by J. Pass, after Francis Bindon
stipple engraving printed in colours, 1828
NPG D40799

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