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Samuel John Stump (1778-1863)

Artist associated with 9 portraits
Samuel John Stump, miniature and landscape painter, studied at the Royal Academy schools in London and exhibited at the academy from 1802 to 1845. He exhibited miniatures with the Oil and Watercolour Society during its brief existence from 1813 to 1820, and showed landscapes of England, Italy and Switzerland with the British Institution up to 1849. Stump's miniatures were popular in theatrical circles; he was commissioned to produce many portraits of stage celebrities, some of them in character.

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4879

Henry Siddons

by Samuel John Stump
watercolour on card, 1808
NPG 4879

1249

Charles John Kean

by Samuel John Stump
oil on canvas, circa 1830
NPG 1249

D32847

James Hamilton Stanhope

by Edward Scriven, after Samuel John Stump
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D32847

D35069

Anna Maria Gulston (née Knowles)

by Thomas Anthony Dean, after Samuel John Stump
stipple engraving, 1830
NPG D35069

D41866

James Hamilton Stanhope

by Edward Scriven, after Samuel John Stump
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D41866

D15289

Louisa (née Brunton), Countess of Craven

by Samuel John Stump, published by James Asperne
stipple engraving, published 1 February 1806
NPG D15289

D15291

Louisa (née Brunton), Countess of Craven

by Ridley & Holl, published by Vernor & Co, after Samuel John Stump
stipple engraving, published 30 April 1806
NPG D15291

D19334

Edmund Kean

by and published by Samuel John Stump
stipple engraving, published 2 December 1819
NPG D19334

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