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John Charles Bromley (1795-1839), Mezzotint engraver

Artist associated with 13 portraits
John Charles Bromley was the son of prominent engraver William Bromley. He was the first of William Bromley's sons to achieve reputation as an engraver, engraving plates for River Scenery after Turner and Girtin in 1826 and exhibiting at the Royal Academy in 1827 and 1829. In 1830, he engraved The Trial of Lord William Russell after Sir George Hayter, and in 1837, he published his mezzotint of Haydon's The Reform Banquet.

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D3222

John Hanson

by John Charles Bromley, after Benjamin De La Cour
mezzotint, 1820s-1830s
NPG D3222

D33346

King George IV

by John Charles Bromley, published by Mary Parkes, published by and after Robert Bowyer
mezzotint, published 1827
NPG D33346

D33218

Frederick, Duke of York and Albany

by John Charles Bromley, after Robert Bowyer
mezzotint, published 1828 (1821)
NPG D33218

D37172

Henry Petty-Fitzmaurice, 3rd Marquess of Lansdowne

by John Charles Bromley, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 25 August 1831 (circa 1827)
NPG D37172

D4232

Sarah Siddons (née Kemble) as the Tragic Muse

by John Charles Bromley, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1832 (1783-1784)
NPG D4232

D7516

The Death of a Stag in Glen Tilt

by John Charles Bromley, after Sir Edwin Henry Landseer
mezzotint, published 1833
NPG D7516

D33633

Queen Victoria

by John Charles Bromley, after William Bromley
mezzotint, circa 1839
NPG D33633

D36322

Isabella Ann Wolff with her son Herman St John Wolff

by John Charles Bromley, published by Colnaghi and Puckle, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple, drypoint and aquatint, published June 1839
NPG D36322

D36335

Isabella Ann Wolff with her son Herman St John Wolff

by John Charles Bromley, published by Colnaghi and Puckle, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple, drypoint and aquatint, published 1839
NPG D36335

D39621

John Fam Timmins

by John Charles Bromley, after Samuel Drummond
mezzotint, circa 1833
NPG D39621

D39622

John Fam Timmins

by and published by John Charles Bromley, after Samuel Drummond
mezzotint, published 1833
NPG D39622

D40456

John Clark Powell

by John Charles Bromley, after Thomas Phillips
mezzotint, 1833
NPG D40456

D39573

Jacob Howell Pattisson; William Henry Ebenezer Pattisson

by John Charles Bromley, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, 1834 (1811-1817)
NPG D39573

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