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Artist associated with 12 portraits
Sir Philip Bowes Vere Broke, 1st Bt
by John Samuelson Templeton, after Sir William Charles Rosslithograph, mid 19th centuryNPG D32166
Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux
by John Samuelson Templetonlithograph, 1830 or afterNPG D32203
by John Samuelson Templetonlithograph, 1830 or afterNPG D32204
Phillis Bryan Shirley
by John Samuelson Templeton, printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co, after John Jacksonlithograph, circa 1830-1834NPG D40709
by John Samuelson Templeton, printed by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co, after Henry William Pickersgilllithograph, circa 1830-1834 (exhibited 1824)NPG D41864
by John Samuelson Templeton, after Sir William Charles Rosslithograph, published 1840NPG D32201
by John Samuelson Templeton, after Sir William Charles Rosslithograph, published 1840NPG D32202
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston
by John Samuelson Templeton, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Thomas McLean, after Sir William Charles Rosslithograph, published 1 December 1840NPG D39519
by John Samuelson Templeton, published by J. Watson, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Edwin Dalton Smithcoloured lithograph, published June 1840NPG D39651
Charles James Blomfield
by John Samuelson Templetonlithograph, published 1840NPG D18544
Sir John Fox Burgoyne, 1st Bt
by John Samuelson Templeton, after George Francis Mulvanylithograph, circa 1845NPG D32418
by John Samuelson Templeton, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by Henry Graves & Colithograph, published 25 January 1850NPG D38396
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