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Alfred Robert Freebairn

(1794 or 1795-1846), Engraver and etcher

Artist associated with 10 portraits

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Cyril Jackson, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, published by  James Wyatt, after  Henry Corbould, after  Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey - NPG D36473

Cyril Jackson

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, published by James Wyatt, after Henry Corbould, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
line engraving, published 14 June 1831
NPG D36473

Queen Victoria, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after  Henry Weigall - NPG D33570

Queen Victoria

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after Henry Weigall
anaglyptograph, published 11 December 1837
NPG D33570

Queen Victoria, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after  Henry Weigall - NPG D33571

Queen Victoria

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after Henry Weigall
anaglyptograph, published 11 December 1837
NPG D33571

Queen Victoria, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, published by  Robert Jennings, after  Henry Weigall - NPG D35046

Queen Victoria

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, published by Robert Jennings, after Henry Weigall
anaglyptograph, published 11 December 1837
NPG D35046

Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after a gem by  John De Veaux, after a bust by  Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey - NPG D5485

Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after a gem by John De Veaux, after a bust by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
line engraving, published 1837
NPG D5485

Queen Victoria, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after  Henry Weigall - NPG D33610

Queen Victoria

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after Henry Weigall
anaglyptograph, 1839
NPG D33610

Queen Victoria, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after  Henry Weigall - NPG D33611

Queen Victoria

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after Henry Weigall
anaglyptograph, 1839
NPG D33611

Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Bt, by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after  William Wyon - NPG D32163

Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Bt

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after William Wyon
anaglyptograph, published 1844
NPG D32163

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Sir Robert Peel, 2nd Bt

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after a gem by John De Veaux, after a bust by Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
line engraving, published 1837
NPG D5484

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Paul Henry Maty

by Alfred Robert Freebairn, after James Tassie
anaglyptograph, 1838
NPG D14258

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