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John Michael Williams (1710-circa 1780), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 22 portraits

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James Gibbs

by John Michael Williams
oil on canvas, circa 1752
NPG 504

D19399

John Wesley

by John Faber Jr, published by and after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, published 10 September 1743
NPG D19399

D37652

John Wesley

by George Vertue, after John Michael Williams
engraving, 1746
NPG D37652

D670

John Beard

by John Faber Jr, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1749
NPG D670

D3019

James Hervey

published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750s-1770s
NPG D3019

D3020

James Hervey

published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750s-1770s
NPG D3020

D3021

James Hervey

published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750s-1770s
NPG D3021

D3022

James Hervey

after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1750-1800
NPG D3022

D3427

William King

by John Faber Jr, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750 (1750)
NPG D3427

D10732

William King

by John Faber Jr, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1751 (1750)
NPG D10732

D3017

James Hervey

by John Faber Jr, published by John Rivington, and published by James Rivington, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1751
NPG D3017

D3425

William King

by John Faber Jr, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1751 (1750)
NPG D3425

D3426

William King

by John Faber Jr, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1751 (1750)
NPG D3426

D2432

James Gibbs

by James Macardell, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, (circa 1752)
NPG D2432

D35739

James Hervey

by Richard Purcell (Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed and published by Robert Sayer, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1755-1766
NPG D35739

D35740

James Hervey

by Richard Purcell (Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed and published by Robert Sayer, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1755-1766
NPG D35740

D4007

John Rhudde

by William Dickinson, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1757
NPG D4007

D4008

John Rhudde

by William Dickinson, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1757
NPG D4008

D35738

James Hervey

by John Dixon, published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1767-1775
NPG D35738

D3016

James Hervey

by John Dixon, published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1767-1775
NPG D3016

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