Artist associated with 23 portraits
King Henry VIII and William Somer (Sommers)
by James Thomson (Thompson), after Henry Corbouldline and stipple engraving, early 19th centuryNPG D24164
Sir John Malcolm
by Samuel Cousins, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreymezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D38163
by Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreylithograph, early 19th centuryNPG D16628
by Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreylithograph, early 19th centuryNPG D16629
Edmund of Almain, 2nd Earl of Cornwall
by Richard James Lane, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Richard Westmacottlithograph, (circa 1815-1818)NPG D34131
Charles Theodosius Heath
by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), after Henry Corbouldetching, (1822)NPG D22578
by Richard James Lane, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by Henry Colburn, after Henry Corbouldlithograph, published March 1827NPG D9093
by James Thomson (Thompson), published by Colnaghi, Son & Co, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreystipple engraving, published 1 January 1827NPG D37877
by James Thomson (Thompson), after Henry Corbould, after William Behnesstipple engraving, (circa 1829)NPG D33563
'Portraits of the members of the Grillion's Club'
by Richard James Lane, printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co, after Henry Corbouldlithograph, 1829NPG D22514
Thomas de Cantilupe
by Richard James Lane, after Henry Corbould, after Richard Westmacottlithograph, mid 19th centuryNPG D32594
Sir Edward Hyde East, 1st Bt
by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreystipple engraving, 1831 or afterNPG D36095
by Alfred Robert Freebairn, published by James Wyatt, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreyline engraving, published 14 June 1831NPG D36473
Sir Henry Ellis
by Henry Corbouldlithograph, 1836NPG D7844
by Samuel Cousins, after Henry Corbould, after William Behnesmezzotint, (1838)NPG D36093
by Samuel Cousins, after Henry Corbould, after William Behnesmezzotint, (1838)NPG D1842
by Edward Richard Whitfield, and by Henry Corbould, after Edward Hodges Bailyline engraving, after 1839NPG D37014
Sir Charles Forbes, 1st Bt
by Samuel Cousins, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantreystipple engraving, 1841 or afterNPG D37718
by James Posselwhite, after Henry Corbouldstipple engraving, published 1843NPG D33624
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