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Martin Cregan

(1788-1870), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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Sir William Verner, 1st Bt, by Unknown photographer, after  Martin Cregan - NPG Ax196671

Sir William Verner, 1st Bt

by Unknown photographer, after Martin Cregan
albumen print, 1860s
NPG Ax196671

Sir Samuel Romilly, by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, after  Martin Cregan - NPG D5835

Sir Samuel Romilly

by Samuel William Reynolds Jr, after Martin Cregan
mezzotint, (circa 1818)
NPG D5835

James Stewart, by Charles Turner, after  Martin Cregan - NPG D42141

James Stewart

by Charles Turner, after Martin Cregan
mezzotint, 1822
NPG D42141

Thomas Stephen Atwood, by and published by Charles Knight, after  Martin Cregan - NPG D7435

Thomas Stephen Atwood

by and published by Charles Knight, after Martin Cregan
stipple engraving, published 1 July 1825
NPG D7435

Thomas Stephen Atwood, by and published by Charles Knight, after  Martin Cregan - NPG D7436

Thomas Stephen Atwood

by and published by Charles Knight, after Martin Cregan
stipple engraving, published 1 July 1825
NPG D7436

Charles Kendal Bushe, by Samuel Freeman, published by  Macgregor, Polson & Co, after  Henry Mullin, after  Martin Cregan - NPG D33702

Charles Kendal Bushe

by Samuel Freeman, published by Macgregor, Polson & Co, after Henry Mullin, after Martin Cregan
stipple engraving, (1828)
NPG D33702

Robert Bateson, by Samuel Cousins, after  Martin Cregan - NPG D21501

Robert Bateson

by Samuel Cousins, after Martin Cregan
mezzotint, (1836)
NPG D21501

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