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Stannard & Dixon (active 1847-1851), Lithographic printers

Artist associated with 5 portraits

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Paul John Bedford and Paul John Bedford

by Henry Calton Maguire, printed by Stannard & Dixon, after Southwell Brothers
chromolithograph, mid 19th century
NPG D46005


Mary Callinack (Kelynack)

by N. Plusgenski, printed by Stannard & Dixon, published by Addison & Hollier
chromolithograph, circa 1851-1852
NPG D42817


Isabella Featherstone (née Hill) (Mrs Howard Paul)

by T.H. Jones, printed by Stannard & Dixon, published by Metzler & Co, after Clarkington & Co (Charles Clarkington)
chromolithograph, 1858 or after
NPG D42773


Harry Sydney

by Henry Calton Terrence Maguire, printed by Stannard & Dixon, published by Henri D'Alcorn
chromolithograph, circa 1860s
NPG D42809


'The Siren Galop'

by Alfred Concanen, and by Thomas Wales Lee, printed by Stannard & Dixon, published by John Blockley, and published by Cramer, Beale & Wood
chromolithograph, 1860s
NPG D42816

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