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Edward Edwards (1738-1806), Painter

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 5 portraits

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D9385

The Surrender of Calais to King Edward III

by John Hall, after Edward Edwards
line engraving, published 1776
NPG D9385

D8817

Mary Ann Yates as Cleopatra in Dryden's 'All for Love'

by Burnet Reading, after Edward Edwards
line engraving, published 1777
NPG D8817

D8900

Mary Ann Yates as Cleopatra in Dryden's 'All for Love'

by Burnet Reading, after Edward Edwards
line engraving, published 1777
NPG D8900

D8725

William Parry

by Edward Edwards
etching, 1804
NPG D8725

D39552

William Parry

by Edward Edwards, published by William Smith
etching, 1804
NPG D39552

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