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William Camden Edwards

(1777-1855), Engraver

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 46 portraits
Monmouthshire-born William Edwards moved to Suffolk in around 1801 where he worked for the publisher Brightly, engraving portraits, biblical and archaeological scenes, and illustrations for The Pilgrim's Progress. From 1808, he worked for another local publisher, Childs. His most popular engraved portraits were of figures such as Sir Joshua Reynolds, Dr Johnson, Sir William Chambers, William Hogarth and Henry Fuseli.

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Antony Norris, by William Camden Edwards, after  Thomas Bardwell - NPG D38764

Antony Norris

by William Camden Edwards, after Thomas Bardwell
line engraving, 1786 or after
NPG D38764

Katherine Parr, by William Camden Edwards, after  Hans Holbein the Younger - NPG D24191

Katherine Parr

by William Camden Edwards, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D24191

Elisha De Hague, by William Camden Edwards, after  William Hilton - NPG D34854

Elisha De Hague

by William Camden Edwards, after William Hilton
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D34854

Edward Pearson, by William Camden Edwards, after  William Mineard Bennett - NPG D39580

Edward Pearson

by William Camden Edwards, after William Mineard Bennett
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D39580

W.B. Salmon, by William Camden Edwards, after  Thomas Phillips - NPG D40043

W.B. Salmon

by William Camden Edwards, after Thomas Phillips
etching and line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D40043

Sir Robert Bell, by William Camden Edwards - NPG D1047

Sir Robert Bell

by William Camden Edwards
etching, early 19th century
NPG D1047

Sir Robert Bell, by William Camden Edwards, published by  Charles Muskett - NPG D1048

Sir Robert Bell

by William Camden Edwards, published by Charles Muskett
etching, early 19th century
NPG D1048

William Smith, by William Camden Edwards, after  Henry Thomson - NPG D41778

William Smith

by William Camden Edwards, after Henry Thomson
line engraving, (exhibited 1814)
NPG D41778

William Camden Edwards, by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), and by  William Camden Edwards, after  John Philip Davis ('Pope' Davis) - NPG D36077

William Camden Edwards

by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), and by William Camden Edwards, after John Philip Davis ('Pope' Davis)
line engraving and etching, 1815
NPG D36077

Sir Henry Raeburn, by William Camden Edwards, after  Sir Henry Raeburn - NPG D39169

Sir Henry Raeburn

by William Camden Edwards, after Sir Henry Raeburn
line engraving, (circa 1815)
NPG D39169

Henry Bathurst, by William Camden Edwards, after  Sir George Hayter - NPG D21508

Henry Bathurst

by William Camden Edwards, after Sir George Hayter
line engraving, published 1816
NPG D21508

Henry Bathurst, by William Camden Edwards, after  Sir George Hayter - NPG D1029

Henry Bathurst

by William Camden Edwards, after Sir George Hayter
line engraving, published 1816
NPG D1029

Sir Edward Kerrison, 1st Bt, by and published by William Camden Edwards, published by  Josiah Boydell, after  Sir Martin Archer Shee - NPG D36852

Sir Edward Kerrison, 1st Bt

by and published by William Camden Edwards, published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir Martin Archer Shee
line engraving, published 18 March 1818
NPG D36852

Mrs Frewer, by William Camden Edwards, after  Joseph Clover - NPG D38435

Mrs Frewer

by William Camden Edwards, after Joseph Clover
line engraving, 1818
NPG D38435

Thomas Telford, by William Camden Edwards, after  Samuel Lane - NPG D40502

Thomas Telford

by William Camden Edwards, after Samuel Lane
line engraving, 1820s-1830s
NPG D40502

Thomas Telford, by William Camden Edwards, after  Samuel Lane - NPG D6934

Thomas Telford

by William Camden Edwards, after Samuel Lane
line engraving, 1820s-1830s
NPG D6934

James Stuart, by William Camden Edwards, after  Samuel Provan - NPG D9092

James Stuart

by William Camden Edwards, after Samuel Provan
line engraving, published 1827
NPG D9092

Thomas Flatman, by William Camden Edwards, possibly after  Sir Peter Lely - NPG D36964

Thomas Flatman

by William Camden Edwards, possibly after Sir Peter Lely
line engraving, published 1827
NPG D36964

Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway), by William Camden Edwards, published by  John Samuel Murray, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D34672

Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)

by William Camden Edwards, published by John Samuel Murray, after Richard Cosway
stipple engraving, published 1830
NPG D34672

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