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William Day Sr (1797-1845), Publisher and printer of lithographs

Artist associated with 4 portraits

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D36488

William Jay

by William Day Sr, published by Rowney & Forster, after William Henry Hutchisson
lithograph, circa 1819-1824
NPG D36488

D10928

Thomas Simpson Cooke as Signor Cremona in 'The Vaudeville of the Statue Lover, or Opera Mad'

by and published by John William Gear, printed by William Day Sr
hand-coloured lithograph, published 1830
NPG D10928

D35277

Sir Robert North Collie Hamilton, 6th Bt

by William Sharp, printed by William Day Sr, after Sir George Hayter
lithograph, (7 April 1831)
NPG D35277

D35278

Sir Robert North Collie Hamilton, 6th Bt

by William Sharp, printed by William Day Sr, after Sir George Hayter
lithograph, (7 April 1831)
NPG D35278

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