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John Shackleton (died 1767), Principal Painter in Ordinary to George II and George III

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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871

Henry Pelham

by John Shackleton
oil on canvas, circa 1752
NPG 871

D860

Jack Bristowe

by John Faber Jr, after John Shackleton
mezzotint, 1746
NPG D860

D861

Jack Bristowe

by John Faber Jr, after John Shackleton
mezzotint, 1746
NPG D861

D14097

William Windham

by James Basire, after John Shackleton
line engraving, published 1810
NPG D14097

D40107

Henry Pelham; John Roberts

by Richard Houston, after John Shackleton
mezzotint, circa 1752
NPG D40107

D40108

Henry Pelham; John Roberts

by Richard Houston, after John Shackleton
mezzotint, circa 1752
NPG D40108

D14027

David Hartley the Elder

by James Heath, published by Wilkie & Robinson, published by Richard Cruttwell, after John Shackleton
stipple engraving, published 1809
NPG D14027

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