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Pierre Condé

(1767 or 1768-1840), Printmaker and miniature painter

Artist associated with 10 portraits

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Sir John Henry Moore, 2nd Bt, by Pierre Condé, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D38941

Sir John Henry Moore, 2nd Bt

by Pierre Condé, after Richard Cosway
stipple engraving, late 18th century
NPG D38941

Charles Dumergue, by Pierre Condé, after  John Opie - NPG D2288

Charles Dumergue

by Pierre Condé, after John Opie
stipple engraving, late 18th-early 19th century
NPG D2288

Charles Grant, vicomte de Vaux, probably by Pierre Condé - NPG D15493

Charles Grant, vicomte de Vaux

probably by Pierre Condé
stipple and line engraving, circa 1780-1800
NPG D15493

Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire, by Pierre Condé, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D8142

Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire

by Pierre Condé, after Richard Cosway
stipple engraving, 1786
NPG D8142

Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire, by Pierre Condé, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D14515

Arthur Hill, 2nd Marquess of Downshire

by Pierre Condé, after Richard Cosway
stipple engraving, 1786
NPG D14515

King George IV, by Jean Condé, published by  Pierre Condé, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D14900

King George IV

by Jean Condé, published by Pierre Condé, after Richard Cosway
stipple engraving, published 1 December 1794
NPG D14900

Charlotte Smith (née Turner), by Pierre Condé, after  George Romney - NPG D5752

Charlotte Smith (née Turner)

by Pierre Condé, after George Romney
stipple engraving, published 1797
NPG D5752

John Boniot De Mainauduc (Demainauduc), by Pierre Condé, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D9243

John Boniot De Mainauduc (Demainauduc)

by Pierre Condé, after Richard Cosway
stipple engraving, published 1798
NPG D9243

William Bagshaw Stevens, by Pierre Condé, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D13821

William Bagshaw Stevens

by Pierre Condé, after Thomas Gainsborough
stipple engraving, published 1801 (exhibited 1780)
NPG D13821

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Frederica Sophia Wilhelmina, Princess of Orange

probably by Pierre Condé, after John Hoppner
stipple engraving, circa 1800
NPG D15974

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