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François-Germain Aliamet (1734-1790), Engraver

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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D25846

James Hay, 1st Earl of Carlisle

by François-Germain Aliamet, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, probably mid to late 18th century
NPG D25846

D27061

James Graham, 1st Marquess of Montrose

by François-Germain Aliamet, after William Dobson
line engraving, mid to late 18th century
NPG D27061

D1352

George Grenville

by François-Germain Aliamet, after William Hoare
line engraving, published 1757
NPG D1352

D2809

George Grenville

by François-Germain Aliamet, after William Hoare
line engraving, published 1757
NPG D2809

D23295

Unknown woman, formerly known as Catherine (née FitzGerald), Countess of Desmond

by Sir George Scharf, after François-Germain Aliamet, after Unknown artist
pencil on tracing paper, circa 1857-1895
NPG D23295

D40761

Mrs Pritchard in the Character of Hermione in the Winters Tale (Hannah Pritchard (née Vaughan))

by Simon François Ravenet, and by François-Germain Aliamet, after and published by Robert Edge Pine
line engraving, published 1765
NPG D40761

D40762

Mrs Pritchard in the Character of Hermione in the Winters Tale (Hannah Pritchard (née Vaughan))

by Simon François Ravenet, and by François-Germain Aliamet, after and published by Robert Edge Pine
line engraving, published 1765
NPG D40762

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