W. Hatton (active 1847-1856), Printer
Artist associated with 7 portraits
by James Thomson (Thompson), printed by W. Hatton, published by Thomas Agnew, published by Ackermann & Co, after Charles Allen Duvalstipple engraving, published 1 June 1847NPG D36833
by Thomas Oldham Barlow, printed by W. Hatton, after Philip Westcottmezzotint, mid 19th centuryNPG D38274
Sir John Kerle Haberfield
by George Thomas Payne, printed by W. Hatton, published by C. Mitchell, after Henry Spurrier Parkmanmezzotint, published 9 November 1849NPG D35099
James John Hornby
by Samuel Bellin, printed by W. Hatton, published by Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, after George Richmondmixed-method engraving, published 1 August 1852NPG D35992
by Samuel Bellin, printed by W. Hatton, published by Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd, after Philip Westcottmezzotint, published 18 June 1852NPG D36857
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
by Charles Edward Wagstaff, printed by W. Hatton, published by Thomas McLean, after Benjamin Robert Haydonmezzotint, published 1 October 1852NPG D37601
by Samuel Bellin, printed by W. Hatton, after William Bownessmezzotint, circa 1853NPG D37977
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