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Thomas Barber (1771-1843), Painter and draughtsman

Artist associated with 31 portraits

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493

Henry Kirke White

attributed to Thomas Barber
pencil, circa 1805
NPG 493

3248

Henry Kirke White

by Sylvanus Redgate, after Thomas Barber
oil on millboard, (circa 1805)
NPG 3248

D31518

Jonathan Swift

by Simon François Ravenet, after Thomas Barber
line engraving, published 1752
NPG D31518

D13923

Jonathan Swift

by Benjamin Wilson, after Thomas Barber
etching, published 1752
NPG D13923

D4794

Henry Williams

by Samuel William Reynolds, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, early 19th century
NPG D4794

D7066

Sir William Anson

by John Young, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, early 19th century
NPG D7066

D15090

John Granville

by William Say, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D15090

D15091

Mrs Granville

by William Say, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D15091

D8308

Henry Kirke White

by Samuel Freeman, after Thomas Barber
stipple engraving, published 1808
NPG D8308

D35192

Edward Disbrowe

by Thomas Gaugain, published by G. Tunnicliff, after Thomas Barber
stipple engraving, published 15 November 1809
NPG D35192

D34352

John Jackson

by Thomas Woolnoth, published by Robert John Thornton, after Thomas Barber
stipple engraving, published 1 May 1810
NPG D34352

D36468

John Jackson

by Thomas Woolnoth, published by Robert John Thornton, after Thomas Barber
stipple engraving, published 1 May 1810
NPG D36468

D35764

Sambrooke Higgins

by John Young, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, 1813-1825
NPG D35764

D35526

George Harrison

by Charles Turner, published by Colnaghi & Co, published by and after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, published 11 November 1816
NPG D35526

D1548

Edward Cooper

by William Say, published by Robert Moseley, published by and after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, published 1819
NPG D1548

D35968

Charles Stead Hope

by William Say, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, 1820
NPG D35968

D35969

Charles Stead Hope

by William Say, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, 1820
NPG D35969

D35970

Charles Stead Hope

by William Say, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, 1820
NPG D35970

D7486

John Balguy

by William Say, published by Robert Moseley, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, published 4 August 1829 (1828)
NPG D7486

D36449

William Innes

by R.M. Hodgetts, printed by Brooker & Harrison, after Thomas Barber
mezzotint, circa 1830s-1840s
NPG D36449

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