Frans van der Mijn (1719-1783)
Artist associated with 11 portraits
Sir Thomas Robinson, 1st Bt
by Frans van der Mijnoil on canvas, 1750On display in Room 10 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 5275
by Richard Purcell (Charles or Philip Corbutt), after Frans van der Mijnmezzotint, mid 18th centuryNPG D1617
by James Macardell, after Frans van der Mijnmezzotint, late 1740s-mid 1760sNPG D1615
by James Macardell, after Frans van der Mijnmezzotint, late 1740s-mid 1760sNPG D1616
by Andreas van der Mijn, after Frans van der Mijnmezzotint, published 1753NPG D5069
by James Macardell, after Frans van der Mijnmezzotint, (1757)NPG D3143
by James Macardell, after Frans van der Mijnmezzotint, (1757)NPG D3144
by Thomas Trotter, published by Joseph Freeman, after Frans van der Mijnengraving, published 25 September 1784NPG D37557
by Thomas Trotter, published by Joseph Freeman, after Frans van der Mijnengraving, published 25 September 1784NPG D37558
by G. Scott, after Frans van der Mijnstipple engraving, published 1793NPG D8401
by G. Scott, published by E. & S. Harding, after Frans van der Mijnstipple engraving, published 26 August 1793NPG D14972
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