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Darling & Thompson

(active 1791-1799), Engravers

Artist associated with 4 portraits

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Joseph Priestley, by and published by Thomas Holloway, published by  Robert Wilkinson, published by  Darling & Thompson, after  William Artaud - NPG D15373

Joseph Priestley

by and published by Thomas Holloway, published by Robert Wilkinson, published by Darling & Thompson, after William Artaud
line engraving, published 15 July 1795
NPG D15373

Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey, by Joseph Collyer the Younger, published by  Darling & Thompson, published by  Thomas Simpson, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D34947

Charles Grey, 1st Earl Grey

by Joseph Collyer the Younger, published by Darling & Thompson, published by Thomas Simpson, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, published 1 August 1797
NPG D34947

Dr Fecknam trying to convert Lady Jane Grey to the Romish faith, by John Ogborne, published by  Thomas Simpson, published by  Darling & Thompson, after  James Northcote - NPG D36331

Dr Fecknam trying to convert Lady Jane Grey to the Romish faith

by John Ogborne, published by Thomas Simpson, published by Darling & Thompson, after James Northcote
engraving, published 1 April 1798
NPG D36331

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Joseph Priestley

by and published by Thomas Holloway, published by Robert Wilkinson, published by Darling & Thompson, after William Artaud
line engraving, published 15 July 1795
NPG D19681

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