William Bone Sr (1792-1846), Artist
Artist associated with 7 portraits
by William Bone Srwatercolour on ivory, arched top, 1828NPG 6001
Anne (née Fitzwilliam) Lady Cooke
by William Bone Sr, after Unknown artistpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, June 1817NPG D17127
Anne Dudley (née Russell), Countess of Warwick
by William Bone Sr, after Unknown artistpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 6 December 1817NPG D17135
by William Bone Sr, after Unknown artistpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, July 1817NPG D17138
James Walter Grimston, 1st Earl of Verulam
by William Bone Sr, after William Owenpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, August 1818 (exhibited 1817)NPG D17247
by Henry Bone, by William Bone Sr, after Sir Martin Archer Sheepencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, October 1818 (circa 1800)NPG D17454
by William Bone Sr, after William Owenpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1818 (exhibited 1817)NPG D17744
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