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Thomas Lawranson (died circa 1777), Painter

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 7 portraits

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John O'Keeffe

by Thomas Lawranson, by William Lawranson
oil on canvas, 1782
NPG 165


John Quick

by Thomas Lawranson
oil on canvas, 1789
NPG 1355


William Powell

by John Dixon, after Thomas Lawranson
mezzotint, published 1769
NPG D5751


William Powell

by John Dixon, after Thomas Lawranson
mezzotint, published 1769
NPG D20221


William Powell

by John Dixon, after Thomas Lawranson
mezzotint, published 1769
NPG D3945


Richard Ford

by E.W.A., after Thomas Lawranson
mezzotint, published 1 November 1774
NPG D37728


John O'Keeffe

by C. Blackberd, published by Thomas Bellamy, after Thomas Lawranson
stipple engraving, published 31 December 1797 (1782)
NPG D15106


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