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James Latham (1696-1747), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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D27506

John Abernethy

after James Latham
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D27506

D3993

Lady Helena Rawdon (née Perceval)

by John Brooks, after James Latham
mezzotint
NPG D3993

D729

George Berkeley

by John Brooks, after James Latham
mezzotint, circa 1730-1756
NPG D729

D1521

Sir Samuel Cooke, Bt

by John Faber Jr, after James Latham
mezzotint, 1741 or after
NPG D1521

D5605

John Abernethy

by John Brooks, published by Thomas Jefferys, published by William Herbert, after James Latham
mezzotint, 1741
NPG D5605

D7141

John Abernethy

by and published by John Brooks, after James Latham
mezzotint, published 1741
NPG D7141

D37970

Baron John Wainwright

by and published by John Brooks, after James Latham
mezzotint, published 12 May 1742
NPG D37970

D37334

John Ligonier, 1st Earl Ligonier

by John Brooks, after James Latham
mezzotint, published mid 1740s-mid 1750s
NPG D37334

D19962

George Berkeley

by John Brooks, after James Latham
mezzotint, circa 1730-1756
NPG D19962

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