Thomas Williamson (active 1800-1832), Stipple engraver
Sitter in 2 portraitsArtist associated with 4 portraits
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
by Thomas Williamson, published by Robert Cribb & Son, after Robert Homestipple engraving, published 4 June 1811NPG D37584
Richard Brinsley Sheridan
by Thomas Williamson, published by Robert Cribb & Son, after Sir Joshua Reynoldsstipple engraving, published 1 January 1812 (1788-1789)NPG D40700
Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk
by Thomas Williamson, published by Robert Cribb & Son, after Sir William Charles Rossstipple engraving, published 24 July 1813NPG D5366
by Thomas Williamson, published by James Asperne, after John Raphael Smithstipple engraving, published 1 July 1804NPG D15207
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