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Philip Dawe (1745?-1809?), Painter and mezzotint engraver

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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Reading by a Paper-bell Shade (Unknown woman)

by Philip Dawe, after Henry Morland
mezzotint, published 1768
NPG D2906


Francis Kelly Maxwell

by Philip Dawe, published by Carington Bowles
mezzotint, published 24 April 1773
NPG D38336


Francis Kelly Maxwell

by and published by Philip Dawe
mezzotint, published 24 April 1773
NPG D3692


Edward Shuter

by and published by Philip Dawe, and William Darling
mezzotint, published 12 June 1773
NPG D4238


Sir Charles Hardy

by Philip Dawe, after Thomas Hudson
mezzotint, published 1779
NPG D2591


John Cennick

by Philip Dawe, after A.L. Brandt
mezzotint, published 1785
NPG D32807


John Cennick

by Philip Dawe, after A.L. Brandt
mezzotint, published 1785
NPG D1260


John Cennick

by Philip Dawe, after A.L. Brandt
mezzotint, published 1785
NPG D1261


Master Murray

by Philip Dawe, after John Graham
mezzotint, published 1786
NPG D39122

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