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D.P. Pariset (1740-active 1783), Engraver

Artist associated with 21 portraits
D.P Pariset is thought to have trained with Des Marteau, under whom he learned the art of engraving in the chalk style. He came to England in 1767, where he found employment with the engraver William Ryland. He also engraved plates for the collection of prints from the drawings of great masters, published by Rogers. Pariset also produced portrait engravings of artists, and others, after Falconet, including Sir Joshua Reynolds, Benjamin West, Francis Cotes and William Ryland.

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D5426

Horace Walpole

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1768)
NPG D5426

D8405

William Wynne Ryland

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, circa 1768-1769
NPG D8405

D13798

James Granger

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1768)
NPG D13798

D20191

Benjamin West

by D.P. Pariset, published by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, 1768
NPG D20191

D20298

William Wynne Ryland

by D.P. Pariset, published by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, circa 1768-1769
NPG D20298

D20442

Francis Cotes

by D.P. Pariset, sold by Ryland and Bryer, sold by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1768)
NPG D20442

D20562

John (John) Joshua Kirby

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, 1768
NPG D20562

D20563

Sir Joshua Reynolds

by D.P. Pariset, sold by Ryland and Bryer, sold by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1768)
NPG D20563

D2041

Sir William Chambers

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1769)
NPG D2041

D3239

Francis Hayman

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, 1769
NPG D3239

D3240

Francis Hayman

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, 1769
NPG D3240

D5453

James Paine the Younger

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1769)
NPG D5453

D6883

George Stubbs

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1769)
NPG D6883

D20153

George Stubbs

by D.P. Pariset, sold by Ryland and Bryer, sold by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1769)
NPG D20153

D26377

King Charles I

by D.P. Pariset, published by T. Bradford
stipple engraving, published 20 June 1771
NPG D26377

D28714

Oliver Cromwell

by D.P. Pariset, after Samuel Cooper
stipple engraving, published 1771
NPG D28714

D14578

George Simon Harcourt, 2nd Earl Harcourt

by D.P. Pariset, published by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1768)
NPG D14578

D14700

Benjamin West

by D.P. Pariset, published by and after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, 1768
NPG D14700

D5454

James Paine the Younger

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1769)
NPG D5454

D6884

George Stubbs

by D.P. Pariset, after Pierre-Étienne Falconet
stipple engraving, (1769)
NPG D6884

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