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Chardon (active 1824-1880), Printer

Artist associated with 5 portraits

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D19304

John Flaxman

by Jacques Etienne Pannier, printed by Chardon, after John Jackson
line engraving, circa 1840-1860
NPG D19304

D37284

Frederic Leighton, Baron Leighton

by Paul Adolphe Rajon, printed by Chardon, published by The British and Foreign Artists' Association, after George Frederic Watts
etching, published 1 November 1880
NPG D37284

D39898

Jean Jacques Rousseau

by and published by Hipolyte Huet, printed by Chardon, after Joseph Albrier
line engraving, 1824
NPG D39898

D39899

Jean Jacques Rousseau

by and published by Hipolyte Huet, printed by Chardon, after Joseph Albrier
line engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D39899

D15808

Thérésa Cabarrus Tallien?

by Adrien Jean Nargeot, printed by Chardon
line and stipple engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D15808

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