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Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle (1778-1865), Historical genre painter

Artist associated with 14 portraits

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D11323

Detail from Pierre de Bocosel de Chatelard or Chastelard playing the lute to Mary, Queen of Scots

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D11323

D11371

Detail from Pierre de Bocosel de Chatelard or Chastelard playing the lute to Mary, Queen of Scots

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D11371

D11382

Detail from Pierre de Bocosel de Chatelard or Chastelard playing the lute to Mary, Queen of Scots

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, circa 1803-1834
NPG D11382

D22572

Ugo Foscolo

by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
etching, (1816)
NPG D22572

D11310

'Belinda at her toilet'

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, circa 1823-1834
NPG D11310

D7387

'Interview between Lady Jane Grey and Dr Roger Ascham in the Year 1550'

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, published 1825
NPG D7387

D11374

'Othello'

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, circa 1825-1834
NPG D11374

D11377

'Desdemona'

by William Say, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint heightened with white, circa 1825-1834
NPG D11377

D25070

Pierre de Bocosel de Chatelard or Chastelard playing the lute to Mary, Queen of Scots

by Andrew Duncan, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
line engraving, published 1830
NPG D25070

D25078

The Escape of Mary, Queen of Scots

by C. Cooke, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
line engraving, published 1831
NPG D25078

D36579

Catherine Capell-Coningsby (née Stephens), Countess of Essex as Susanna in the Marriage of Figaro

by Samuel William Reynolds, published by William Sams, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, published 1 July 1825
NPG D36579

D42151

Catherine Capell-Coningsby (née Stephens), Countess of Essex as Susanna in the Marriage of Figaro

by Samuel William Reynolds, published by William Sams, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, published 1 July 1825
NPG D42151

D42152

Catherine Capell-Coningsby (née Stephens), Countess of Essex as Susanna in the Marriage of Figaro

by Samuel William Reynolds, and by Samuel Cousins, published by William Sams, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint, published 1 September 1825
NPG D42152

D42153

Catherine Capell-Coningsby (née Stephens), Countess of Essex as Susanna in the Marriage of Figaro

by Samuel William Reynolds, and by Samuel Cousins, published by William Sams, after Henri Jean-Baptiste Victoire Fradelle
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1 September 1825
NPG D42153

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