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W. Walker

(active 1820-1823), Publisher

Artist associated with 16 portraits

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Josuah Sylvester, by Charles Warren, published by  W. Walker, after  Cornelis van Dalen - NPG D27980

Josuah Sylvester

by Charles Warren, published by W. Walker, after Cornelis van Dalen
line engraving, published 1 May 1820
NPG D27980

William Chamberlayne, by Charles Rolls, published by  W. Walker, after  John Thurston, after  A. Hertochs (Hertocks) - NPG D29047

William Chamberlayne

by Charles Rolls, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston, after A. Hertochs (Hertocks)
line engraving, published 1 November 1820
NPG D29047

John Taylor, by Charles Pye, published by  W. Walker, after  John Thurston - NPG D8289

John Taylor

by Charles Pye, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston
line engraving, published 1 November 1820
NPG D8289

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams, by Richard Rhodes, published by  W. Walker, after  Anton Raphael Mengs - NPG D8595

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams

by Richard Rhodes, published by W. Walker, after Anton Raphael Mengs
line and stipple engraving, published 1 March 1820
NPG D8595

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams, by Richard Rhodes, published by  W. Walker, after  Anton Raphael Mengs - NPG D8596

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams

by Richard Rhodes, published by W. Walker, after Anton Raphael Mengs
line and stipple engraving, published 1 March 1820
NPG D8596

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams, by Richard Rhodes, published by  W. Walker, after  Anton Raphael Mengs - NPG D8594

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams

by Richard Rhodes, published by W. Walker, after Anton Raphael Mengs
line and stipple engraving, published 1 March 1820
NPG D8594

William Whitehead, by William Ensom, published by  W. Walker, after  John Thurston, after  Benjamin Wilson - NPG D14119

William Whitehead

by William Ensom, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston, after Benjamin Wilson
line engraving, published 1 March 1821 (1758)
NPG D14119

William Wycherley, by John Taylor ('J.T.') Wedgwood, published by  W. Walker, after  John Thurston - NPG D15329

William Wycherley

by John Taylor ('J.T.') Wedgwood, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston
line engraving, published 1 September 1821
NPG D15329

Sidney Godolphin, by R. Rivers, published by  W. Walker, after  John Thurston - NPG D27020

Sidney Godolphin

by R. Rivers, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston
line engraving, published 1 November 1822
NPG D27020

Alexander Brome, by Francis Engleheart, published by  W. Walker, after  George Clint - NPG D20171

Alexander Brome

by Francis Engleheart, published by W. Walker, after George Clint
line engraving, published 1 May 1822
NPG D20171

Richard Brathwaite, by Charles Pye, published by  W. Walker, after  George Clint, after  Robert Vaughan - NPG D27889

Richard Brathwaite

by Charles Pye, published by W. Walker, after George Clint, after Robert Vaughan
line engraving, published 1 January 1823
NPG D27889

Richard Brathwaite, by Charles Pye, published by  W. Walker, after  George Clint, after  Robert Vaughan - NPG D38541

Richard Brathwaite

by Charles Pye, published by W. Walker, after George Clint, after Robert Vaughan
line engraving, published 1 January 1823
NPG D38541

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Thomas Otway

by Thomas Bragg, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston, after John Riley
line engraving, published 1 January 1821
NPG D14507

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Richard Glover

by William Ensom, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston, after Nathaniel Hone
line engraving, published 1 May 1821
NPG D14509

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Sir John Harington

by William Henry Worthington, published by W. Walker, after John Thurston, after a painting attributed to Hieronimo Custodis
line engraving, published 1 January 1822
NPG D14663

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Samuel Johnson

by William Camden Edwards, published by W. Walker, after George Clint, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
line engraving, published 1 May 1823
NPG D14528

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