Artist associated with 9 portraits
by George White, printed for Bowles & Carvermezzotint, 1727NPG D37902
John Hervey, Baron Hervey of Ickworth
by John Faber Jr, published by Bowles & Carver, after Jean Baptiste van Loomezzotint, 1741 (circa 1740-1741)NPG D35743
John Manners, Marquess of Granby
by Richard Houston, printed for Bowles & Carver, after Sir Joshua Reynoldsmezzotint, (circa 1758-1760)NPG D2649
published by Bowles & Carver, after Nathaniel Honemezzotint, circa 1790-1830NPG D4779
by and published by John Faber Sr, printed for Bowles & Carvermezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D38282
published by Bowles & Carver, after George Whitemezzotint, circa 1793-1832NPG D4701
Prince George of Denmark, Duke of Cumberland
published by Bowles & Carver, after Jacob Huysmansmezzotint, after 1793NPG D7786
Sir Archibald MacDonald, 1st Bt
published by Bowles & Carver, after Robert Dightonmezzotint, published circa 1800-1825NPG D15215
by John Faber Sr, published by Bowles & Carvermezzotint, published circa 1800-1825NPG D19108
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