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Robert Scott (1777-1841), Engraver

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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D24138

Jean Froissart

by Robert Scott
line engraving, published 1792
NPG D24138

D16625

James Anderson

by Robert Scott, after John Smart
line engraving, published 1792
NPG D16625

D16626

James Anderson

by Robert Scott, after John Smart
line engraving, published 1792
NPG D16626

D16627

James Anderson

by Robert Scott, after John Smart
line engraving, circa 1792
NPG D16627

D9311

Thomas Boston the Elder

by Robert Scott, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D9311

D37491

Ralph Wardlaw

by Henry Edward Dawe, published by Robert Scott, published by Wardlaw & Cunningham, after Peter Paillou
mezzotint, published 1823 (1822)
NPG D37491

D35967

Charles Hope, Lord Granton

by Henry Edward Dawe, published by Robert Scott, published by David Hutton, after Sir Henry Raeburn
mezzotint, published 10 June 1829
NPG D35967

D15154

Andrew Fletcher, Lord Milton

by Robert Scott, published by J. Anderson, after Allan Ramsay
line engraving, published 5 September 1792
NPG D15154

D8652

Wilhelmina Campbell, Viscountess Glenorchy

by Robert Scott, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving, published 1804
NPG D8652

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