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Harry G. Banks

(active 1880-1904), Lithographer

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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Sidney Barnes, by Harry G. Banks, printed by  Stannard & Son, published by  Charles Sheard - NPG D42794

Sidney Barnes

by Harry G. Banks, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, late 19th century
NPG D42794

Harry Nicholls; Herbert Campbell, by Harry G. Banks, published by  Hopwood & Crew - NPG D42787

Harry Nicholls; Herbert Campbell

by Harry G. Banks, published by Hopwood & Crew
chromolithograph, 1887
NPG D42787

Slade Murray, by Harry G. Banks, printed by  Stannard & Son, published by  Francis Brothers & Day - NPG D42792

Slade Murray

by Harry G. Banks, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Francis Brothers & Day
chromolithograph with adhered blue ribbon, 1887
NPG D42792

Sir Henry Morton Stanley, by Harry G. Banks, printed by  Stannard & Son, published by  Charles Sheard - NPG D42819

Sir Henry Morton Stanley

by Harry G. Banks, printed by Stannard & Son, published by Charles Sheard
chromolithograph, 1888 or after
NPG D42819

Marie Lloyd, by and printed by Harry G. Banks, published by  Francis, Day & Hunter, and published by  T.B. Harms & Co - NPG D42785

Marie Lloyd

by and printed by Harry G. Banks, published by Francis, Day & Hunter, and published by T.B. Harms & Co
chromolithograph, published 1892
NPG D42785

Vesta Tilley (Matilda Alice (née Powles), Lady de Frece), by Harry G. Banks, published by  Bertram Feldman, and published by  Joseph W. Stern & Co - NPG D42837

Vesta Tilley (Matilda Alice (née Powles), Lady de Frece)

by Harry G. Banks, published by Bertram Feldman, and published by Joseph W. Stern & Co
chromolithograph, late 1890s
NPG D42837

Unknown sitters ('Gordon Schottische'), by Harry G. Banks, published by  Francis, Day & Hunter - NPG D42815

Unknown sitters ('Gordon Schottische')

by Harry G. Banks, published by Francis, Day & Hunter
chromolithograph, 1898
NPG D42815

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