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William Henry Worthington (circa 1790-after 1839), Engraver

Artist associated with 33 portraits

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D27056

Hugh Grove

by William Henry Worthington
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D27056

D34911

Thomas Green the Younger

by William Henry Worthington, after William Mineard Bennett
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D34911

D17017

Commemoration of the 14th February 1797

by William Henry Worthington, and by James Parker, published by Robert Bowyer, after Robert Smirke
line engraving, published 1803
NPG D17017

D5332

Horatio Nelson

by William Henry Worthington, after Robert Bowyer
line engraving, published 1808
NPG D5332

D14449

Thomas Stothard

by and published by William Henry Worthington, after George Henry Harlow
line engraving, published 1 May 1818
NPG D14449

D29917

John Russell

by William Henry Worthington, after Thomas Uwins
stipple engraving, published 1820
NPG D29917

D20854

Nathaniel Cotton

by William Henry Worthington, after John Thurston
stipple engraving, published 1820
NPG D20854

D1057

Jeremy Bentham

by William Henry Worthington
line and stipple engraving, published 1823
NPG D1057

D7836

King Henry IV

by William Henry Worthington, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1823
NPG D7836

D18095

John Dalton

by William Henry Worthington, after Joseph Allen
line engraving, published 1823 (1814)
NPG D18095

D38512

Antonio Canova

by William Henry Worthington, published by Septimus Prowett, after François Xavier Fabre
line engraving, published 1824
NPG D38512

D42646

Antonio Canova

by William Henry Worthington, after François Xavier Fabre
line engraving, circa 1824
NPG D42646

D20056

Hannah More

by William Henry Worthington, published by J. Hudson, after Henry William Pickersgill
line engraving, published 1 March 1824 (1821)
NPG D20056

D20334

Antonio Canova

by William Henry Worthington, after François Xavier Fabre
line engraving, 1824 or before
NPG D20334

D26071

Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban

by William Henry Worthington, after Nicholas Hilliard
line engraving, circa 1825
NPG D26071

D5879

Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban

by William Henry Worthington, published by William Pickering, after Nicholas Hilliard
line engraving, published 1825
NPG D5879

D5880

Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban

by William Henry Worthington, published by William Pickering, after Nicholas Hilliard
line engraving, published 1825
NPG D5880

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