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Benjamin Smith (circa 1754-1833), Engraver, printseller and publisher

Artist associated with 16 portraits

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D8563

John Pond

by and published by Benjamin Smith, after Thomas Parkinson
stipple engraving, published 1787
NPG D8563

D35901

William Hogarth

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, published by Josiah Boydell, after William Hogarth
stipple engraving, published 2 April 1794 (1745)
NPG D35901

D19717

Charles Cornwallis, 1st Marquess Cornwallis

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, after John Singleton Copley
stipple engraving, published 1798
NPG D19717

D11016

Charles Dibdin

by Benjamin Smith, after Thomas Kearsley
stipple engraving, published 1801
NPG D11016

D14612

Charles Dibdin

by and published by Benjamin Smith, published by John Peter Thompson, after Thomas Kearsley
stipple engraving, published 2 November 1801
NPG D14612

D33154

King George III

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, and published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 1 December 1804
NPG D33154

D33155

King George III

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 2 March 1812
NPG D33155

D32869

James Caulfeild, 1st Earl of Charlemont

by Benjamin Smith, after Horace Hone
stipple engraving, published 1814
NPG D32869

D21672

Charles Dibdin

by Sir George Scharf, after Unknown artist, and after John Young, after Thomas Phillips, and after Benjamin Smith, after Thomas Kearsley
pencil on tracing paper, 9 June 1860
NPG D21672

D38839

'John Milton and his two daughters' (Deborah Milton; Mary Milton; John Milton)

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, published by Josiah Boydell, published by George Nicol, after George Romney
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1795
NPG D38839

D19973

William Hogarth

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, and published by Josiah Boydell, after William Hogarth
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1795 (1745)
NPG D19973

D41655

'William Shakespeare between the Dramatic Muse and the Genius of Painting'

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, published by Josiah Boydell, after Thomas Banks
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1796 (1789)
NPG D41655

D38426

Sir William Fraser, 1st Bt

by Benjamin Smith, after George Romney
stipple engraving, 1806 (1792)
NPG D38426

D38427

Sir William Fraser, 1st Bt

by Benjamin Smith, after George Romney
stipple engraving, 1806 (1792)
NPG D38427

D18949

King George III

by Benjamin Smith, published by John Boydell, after Sir William Beechey
stipple engraving, published 2 March 1812
NPG D18949

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