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Charles Townley

(1746-circa 1800), Painter and engraver

Artist associated with 23 portraits

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Ralph Bigland, by Charles Townley, after  Richard Brompton - NPG D1298

Ralph Bigland

by Charles Townley, after Richard Brompton
mezzotint, 1771
NPG D1298

Ralph Bigland, by Charles Townley, after  Richard Brompton - NPG D706

Ralph Bigland

by Charles Townley, after Richard Brompton
mezzotint, 1771
NPG D706

Ralph Bigland, by Charles Townley, after  Richard Brompton - NPG D707

Ralph Bigland

by Charles Townley, after Richard Brompton
mezzotint, 1771
NPG D707

Sir Armine Wodehouse, by Charles Townley, after  Nathaniel Dance (later Sir Nathaniel Holland, Bt) - NPG D36316

Sir Armine Wodehouse

by Charles Townley, after Nathaniel Dance (later Sir Nathaniel Holland, Bt)
mezzotint, published 1772
NPG D36316

William Hogarth, by and published by Charles Townley, after  William Hogarth - NPG D35900

William Hogarth

by and published by Charles Townley, after William Hogarth
mezzotint, published June 1781
NPG D35900

William Hogarth, by and published by Charles Townley, after  William Hogarth - NPG D19904

William Hogarth

by and published by Charles Townley, after William Hogarth
mezzotint, published June 1781
NPG D19904

Kirkes Townley, by Charles Townley, after  Lemuel Francis Abbott - NPG D4499

Kirkes Townley

by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbott
mezzotint, 1783
NPG D4499

Kirkes Townley, by Charles Townley, after  Lemuel Francis Abbott - NPG D4504

Kirkes Townley

by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbott
mezzotint, 1783
NPG D4504

Frederick William II, King of Prussia, by Charles Townley, published by  Jean Marc Pascal, after  Edward Francis Cunningham (Calze) - NPG D15610

Frederick William II, King of Prussia

by Charles Townley, published by Jean Marc Pascal, after Edward Francis Cunningham (Calze)
mezzotint, published circa 1784
NPG D15610

Lucy Loftus (née Brydges), Viscountess Lisburne, by Charles Townley, published by  John Boydell, after  Josiah Boydell, after  Sir Peter Lely - NPG D37406

Lucy Loftus (née Brydges), Viscountess Lisburne

by Charles Townley, published by John Boydell, after Josiah Boydell, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, published 1 September 1787
NPG D37406

Samuel Johnson, by and published by Charles Townley, after  John Opie - NPG D36531

Samuel Johnson

by and published by Charles Townley, after John Opie
mezzotint, published 20 February 1792 (1783-1784)
NPG D36531

Francis Webb, by Charles Townley, after  Lemuel Francis Abbott - NPG D7587

Francis Webb

by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbott
mezzotint, published 1793
NPG D7587

Mother Shipton, by Charles Townley, after  Sir William Ouseley - NPG D4222

Mother Shipton

by Charles Townley, after Sir William Ouseley
mezzotint, published 1800
NPG D4222

Adrian Scrope, by Charles Townley - NPG D29914

Adrian Scrope

by Charles Townley
etching, 1801
NPG D29914

Mother Shipton, by Charles Townley, after  Sir William Ouseley - NPG D4223

Mother Shipton

by Charles Townley, after Sir William Ouseley
mezzotint, published 1804
NPG D4223

William Gill, probably by Charles Townley, published by  Robert Wilkinson, probably after  William Miller - NPG D34502

William Gill

probably by Charles Townley, published by Robert Wilkinson, probably after William Miller
stipple and line engraving, published 7 February 1812
NPG D34502

Mary Buckeridge (née Geering or Goring), probably by Charles Townley, probably after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D9292

Mary Buckeridge (née Geering or Goring)

probably by Charles Townley, probably after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint
NPG D9292

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Sir Joshua Reynolds

by and published by Charles Townley, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 30 June 1777 (1775)
NPG D39699

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Sir Peter Paul Rubens

by Charles Townley, after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
mezzotint, published 1778
NPG D28254

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Charles James Fox

by Richard Cosway, published by Charles Townley
etching, published 4 June 1782
NPG D19158

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