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Sir George Chalmers (1720 or 1723-1791)

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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2009

Patrick Miller

attributed to Sir George Chalmers
oil on canvas, circa 1770
On display in Room 13 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2009

D1073

William Blakeney, Baron Blakeney

by James Macardell, after Sir George Chalmers
mezzotint, published 1756 (1755)
NPG D1073

D748

William Blakeney, Baron Blakeney

by James Macardell, after Sir George Chalmers
mezzotint, published 1756 (1755)
NPG D748

D34919

John Gregory

by Richard Earlom, after Sir George Chalmers
mezzotint, published 15 August 1774
NPG D34919

D34920

John Gregory

by Richard Earlom, after Sir George Chalmers
mezzotint, published 15 August 1774
NPG D34920

D14631

William Blakeney, Baron Blakeney

after Sir George Chalmers
line engraving, (1755)
NPG D14631

D13907

John Gregory

by Cook, published by William Bent, after Sir George Chalmers
line engraving, 1787
NPG D13907

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