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George Powle (active 1764-1770)

Artist associated with 14 portraits

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D9239

Sir Robert Berkeley

by George Powle, after Unknown artist
etching, (1633)
NPG D9239

D18613

Thomas Parr

by George Powle, after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
drypoint, 18th century
NPG D18613

D18614

Thomas Parr

by George Powle, after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
drypoint, 18th century
NPG D18614

D28498

Thomas Parr

by George Powle, after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
drypoint, mid to late 18th century
NPG D28498

D4666

Mary Worlidge (née Wickstead or Wicksteed)

by George Powle, after Thomas Worlidge
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D4666

D4667

Mary Worlidge (née Wickstead or Wicksteed)

by George Powle, after Thomas Worlidge
mezzotint, 1750s-1760s
NPG D4667

D5468

Thomas Parr

by George Powle, after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
drypoint, late 18th century
NPG D5468

D30649

Elizabeth Hamilton, Countess de Gramont

by George Powle, after Sir Peter Lely
etching, published 1772
NPG D30649

D30559

Dorothy (née Coventry), Lady Pakington

by Valentine Green, probably after George Powle
mezzotint, published 1776
NPG D30559

D30926

Sir Nicholas Lechmere

by Valentine Green, after George Powle
mezzotint, published 1776
NPG D30926

D9421

Dorothy (née Coventry), Lady Pakington

by Valentine Green, probably after George Powle
mezzotint, published 1776
NPG D9421

D3553

Sir Nicholas Lechmere

by Valentine Green, after George Powle
mezzotint, published 1776
NPG D3553

D5509

Sir John Perrott

by Valentine Green, after George Powle
mezzotint, published 1776
NPG D5509

D40415

William Thomas

by Valentine Green, after George Powle
mezzotint, published 1 January 1776
NPG D40415

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