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Antonio David (1698-1750)

Artist associated with 6 portraits
Antonio David was an Italian painter who was the official painter of the exiled Jacobite court in Rome. He worked for the Stuart dynasty for nearly twenty years and copies of his portraits were circulated to the family's supporters throughout Europe.

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Prince Charles Edward Stuart

studio of Antonio David
oil on canvas, feigned oval, circa 1729
On display on Floor 1: Lady Chesterfield's Dressing Room at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 434


Maria Clementina Sobieska

by Pierre Drevet, after Antonio David
line engraving, circa 1719-1735
NPG D32662


Prince Charles Edward Stuart

by Nicolas Etienne Edelinck, after Antonio David
line engraving, 1726
NPG D34707


Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York

after Antonio David
line engraving, 1730s (circa 1729-1732)
NPG D34701


Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York

by John Simon, after Antonio David
mezzotint, 1730s (circa 1729-1732)
NPG D34713

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