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Henri Grevedon (1776-1860), Printmaker, painter and draughtsman

Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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Sarah Biffin (Beffin)

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon
lithograph, 1823
NPG D11273


George Canning

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon, published by Charles Etienne Pierre Motte
lithograph, 1827
NPG D32580


Henry Maudslay

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon, published by Charles Etienne Pierre Motte
lithograph, 1827
NPG D1378


Marie-Caroline de Bourbon-Deux Siciles, Duchesse de Berry

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
lithograph, circa 1829 (1825)
NPG D39239


Maria Caterina Rosalbina Caradori-Allan

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon
hand-coloured lithograph, 1831
NPG D32598


Joseph Fouché

by François Séraphin Delpech, after Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon
lithograph, published 1832 (1824)
NPG D15800


Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt

by Pierre Louis ('Henri') Grevedon
lithograph, 1838
NPG D39592


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