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William Smith

(died 1835), Printseller

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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William Parry, by Edward Edwards, published by  William Smith - NPG D39552

William Parry

by Edward Edwards, published by William Smith
etching, 1804
NPG D39552

Elizabeth Inchbald, by Samuel Freeman, published by  William Smith, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D16735

Elizabeth Inchbald

by Samuel Freeman, published by William Smith, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
hand-coloured stipple engraving, published 1807
NPG D16735

Roger Ascham; Queen Elizabeth I, published by William Smith - NPG D25553

Roger Ascham; Queen Elizabeth I

published by William Smith
line engraving, 1820s
NPG D25553

John Still, by William Say, published by  William Smith, after  Unknown artist - NPG D4311

John Still

by William Say, published by William Smith, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, published 17 January 1820 (1607)
NPG D4311

Roger Ascham; Queen Elizabeth I, published by William Smith - NPG D7386

Roger Ascham; Queen Elizabeth I

published by William Smith
line engraving, 1820s
NPG D7386

Robert Hills, by William Thomas Fry, published by  William Smith, after  John Jackson - NPG D35851

Robert Hills

by William Thomas Fry, published by William Smith, after John Jackson
stipple engraving, published March 1823
NPG D35851

Robert Hills, by William Thomas Fry, published by  William Smith, after  John Jackson - NPG D35852

Robert Hills

by William Thomas Fry, published by William Smith, after John Jackson
stipple engraving, published March 1823
NPG D35852

Thomas Goodrich (or Goodricke), published by William Smith - NPG D19948

Thomas Goodrich (or Goodricke)

published by William Smith
line engraving, published circa 1827
NPG D19948

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William Shakespeare

published by William Smith, after Martin Droeshout
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D40737

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Joseph Mallord William Turner

by William Daniell, published by William Smith, after George Dance
soft-ground etching, published 10 May 1827 (31 March 1800)
NPG D14457

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Charlotte Smith (née Turner)

by Samuel Freeman, published by William Smith, after George Romney
stipple engraving, published circa 1827
NPG D15133

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