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Thomas Cornell (active 1780-1792)

Artist associated with 59 portraits

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D9542

Richard Brinsley Sheridan ('A peep behind the curtain at Drury Lane')

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching and aquatint, published 14 January 1780
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D9567

'The Coalition Stagecoach'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 5 May 1783
NPG D9567

D9747

Charles James Fox ('A transfer of East India stock')

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 25 November 1783
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D9748

'Carlo Khan's triumphal entry into Leadenhall Street'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 5 December 1783
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D12233

'Razor's levée, or ye heads of a new Whig ad...........n on a broad bottom'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 21 April 1783
NPG D12233

D12968

'A hop merchant'

by Unknown artist, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 14 January 1783
NPG D12968

D16765

'Carlo Khan's triumphal entry into Leadenhall Street'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 5 December 1783
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D9743

Charles James Fox ('The fall of Phaeton')

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 6 January 1784
NPG D9743

D9751

Charles James Fox ('The contents of the sneezing bag analyzed')

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 27 February 1784
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D9752

'Cui bono publico bono' (Charles James Fox; Frederick North, 2nd Earl of Guilford)

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 9 February 1784
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D12234

'Pand[e]monium'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 12 January 1784
NPG D12234

D9549

Frederick North, 2nd Earl of Guilford; Charles James Fox

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 12 April 1785
NPG D9549

D12236

'Cicero in Catilinam'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 17 March 1785
NPG D12236

D12237

'[Burke] on the sublime and beautiful'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 6 April 1785
NPG D12237

D12238

'Concerto coalitionale'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching, published 7 June 1785
NPG D12238

D6871

'Frontispiece to the 2d Edition of Ld St....e's Observations on Mr Pitt's Plans of Finance'

by James Sayers, published by Thomas Cornell
etching and aquatint, published 29 May 1786
NPG D6871

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