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Frederick Newenham

(1807-1859), Painter of portraits and historical subjects

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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John Milton, by Henry Cousins, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D5684

John Milton

by Henry Cousins, after Frederick Newenham
coloured mezzotint, mid 19th century
NPG D5684

John Milton, by Carl August Deis, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D5685

John Milton

by Carl August Deis, after Frederick Newenham
mezzotint, mid 19th century
NPG D5685

George Sandford, 3rd Baron Mount Sandford, by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, published by and after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D39075

George Sandford, 3rd Baron Mount Sandford

by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, published by and after Frederick Newenham
stipple engraving, published 7 September 1831
NPG D39075

William James Chaplin, by Henry Thomas Ryall, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D32858

William James Chaplin

by Henry Thomas Ryall, after Frederick Newenham
mezzotint, published 1850
NPG D32858

William James Chaplin, by Henry Thomas Ryall, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D32859

William James Chaplin

by Henry Thomas Ryall, after Frederick Newenham
mezzotint, published 1850
NPG D32859

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  John Gilman, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D35030

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by John Gilman, after Frederick Newenham
lithograph, published 15 November 1850
NPG D35030

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  John Gilman, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D36642

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by John Gilman, after Frederick Newenham
lithograph, published 15 November 1850
NPG D36642

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey, by Richard James Lane, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D21751

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey

by Richard James Lane, after Frederick Newenham
lithograph, 1850
NPG D21751

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey, by Richard James Lane, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D22214

Mary Julia Fellowes (née Milles), Lady de Ramsey

by Richard James Lane, after Frederick Newenham
lithograph, 1850
NPG D22214

Teresa Parodi, by John Harris, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D39545

Teresa Parodi

by John Harris, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Frederick Newenham
stipple engraving and aquatint printed in black and blue, published 22 March 1851
NPG D39545

Imaginary portrait of Sir Isaac Newton as a child, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  William Schaus, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D38747

Imaginary portrait of Sir Isaac Newton as a child

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by William Schaus, after Frederick Newenham
mezzotint, published 6 October 1859
NPG D38747

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