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Henry Pierce Bone (1779-1855), Miniature and enamel painter

Artist associated with 17 portraits
Henry Pierce Bone was the son of miniaturist and enamel painter Henry Bone. He trained under his father and became a respected enamellist in his own right.

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6294

Horatio Nelson

by Henry Pierce Bone, after Lemuel Francis Abbott
enamel on copper, 1840 (1797)
NPG 6294

6297

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by Henry Pierce Bone, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
enamel on copper, 1845 (exhibited 1822)
NPG 6297

D17578

Richard Corbould

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, possibly after Richard Corbould
pencil drawing squared in pencil for transfer, circa 1799 (circa 1790)
NPG D17578

D17581

Richard Corbould

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, after Unknown artist
pencil drawing squared in pencil for transfer, 1800
NPG D17581

D17774

James Heath

by Henry Pierce Bone, after Lemuel Francis Abbott
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, circa 1800 (circa 1796)
NPG D17774

D17585

Maria Wilson Trevelyan

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, possibly after John Hoppner
pencil, pen and ink, 1801
NPG D17585

D17292

Possibly Theophilus Clarke

possibly by Henry Bone, after Henry Pierce Bone
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, May 1807 (circa 1807)
NPG D17292

D17669

John Haydon

by Henry Pierce Bone, after Henry Pierce Bone
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, September 1811
NPG D17669

D17364

Louisa (née Dillon), Lady Strachan

by Henry Bone, or by Henry Pierce Bone, possibly after Sir George Hayter
pen and ink, circa 1812
NPG D17364

D17733

Richard Colley Wesley (Wellesley), 1st Baron Mornington

by Henry Pierce Bone, after Unknown artist
pen and ink, December 1817
NPG D17733

D17775

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
pencil and wash drawing squared in pencil for transfer, before 1845 (1820)
NPG D17775

D17747

James Brownlow William Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Salisbury

by Henry Pierce Bone, after Robert Trewick Bone
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1825 (circa 1820)
NPG D17747

D17397

Probably Annibale Carracci

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, probably after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1832 or before (1590s-1600s)
NPG D17397

D31602

Sir Henry Thomas de la Beche

by William Walker, after Henry Pierce Bone
mezzotint, published 1848
NPG D31602

D34856

Sir Henry Thomas de la Beche

by William Walker, after Henry Pierce Bone
mezzotint, published 1848
NPG D34856

D17776

Napoléon Bonaparte

by Henry Pierce Bone, after François Pascal Simon, Baron Gérard
pencil and wash drawing squared in ink for transfer, before 1849
NPG D17776

D17317

Probably Annibale Carracci

probably by Henry Pierce Bone, probably after Annibale Carracci
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1851 or before (1590s-1600s)
NPG D17317

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