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George Keating

(1762-1842), Engraver and bookseller

Artist associated with 10 portraits

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Edward Smith Stanley, 12th Earl of Derby, by George Keating, published by  William Austin, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D35034

Edward Smith Stanley, 12th Earl of Derby

by George Keating, published by William Austin, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 20 May 1785
NPG D35034

Georgiana Cavendish (née Spencer), Duchess of Devonshire; Georgiana Dorothy (née Cavendish), Countess of Carlisle, by and published by George Keating, sold by  William Austin, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D35167

Georgiana Cavendish (née Spencer), Duchess of Devonshire; Georgiana Dorothy (née Cavendish), Countess of Carlisle

by and published by George Keating, sold by William Austin, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 19 May 1787 (1784)
NPG D35167

Arthur O'Leary, by George Keating - NPG D20936

Arthur O'Leary

by George Keating
stipple engraving, published 1791
NPG D20936

George Fordyce, by George Keating, published by and after  Thomas Phillips - NPG D19739

George Fordyce

by George Keating, published by and after Thomas Phillips
mezzotint, published 7 May 1795
NPG D19739

Edward Smith Stanley, 12th Earl of Derby, by George Keating, published by  John Peter Thompson, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D15617

Edward Smith Stanley, 12th Earl of Derby

by George Keating, published by John Peter Thompson, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 1 August 1797
NPG D15617

William Bishop, published by George Keating - NPG D26033

William Bishop

published by George Keating
stipple engraving, published 1810
NPG D26033

John Alcock, published by George Keating - NPG D24039

John Alcock

published by George Keating
stipple and etching, published 1821
NPG D24039

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Henrietta Grey (née Cavendish Bentinck), Countess of Stamford

by George Keating, after George Romney
mezzotint, 1793
NPG D41850

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Henrietta Grey (née Cavendish Bentinck), Countess of Stamford

by George Keating, after George Romney
mezzotint, 1793
NPG D41851

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John Moore

by and published by George Keating, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published December 1794 (circa 1790)
NPG D38942

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