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Isaac Taylor (1730-1807), Engraver

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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John Weever

by Isaac Taylor
line engraving, possibly mid 18th century
NPG D27867


James IV of Scotland

probably by Isaac Taylor
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D23905


Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

by Isaac Taylor, after Gerrit van Honthorst
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D25747


Elizabeth Chudleigh, Countess of Bristol

by Isaac Taylor
mezzotint, published 20 May 1776
NPG D32147


Elizabeth Chudleigh, Countess of Bristol

by Isaac Taylor
mezzotint, published 20 May 1776
NPG D19607


Cornelius Cayley

by Isaac Taylor, after J.J. Swanfelder
line engraving, published 1778
NPG D10780


George Hamilton, 1st Earl of Orkney

probably by Isaac Taylor, after Martin Maingaud
line engraving, published 28 December 1787
NPG D41900


Frances Abington (née Barton)

by J. Thornthwaite, published by John Bell, after Isaac Taylor
line engraving, published 21 April 1792
NPG D969


Margaret Nicholson

by Isaac Taylor, published by Alexander Hogg
etching, published 30 September 1786
NPG D14895

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