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James Archer (1822-1904), Painter

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D33576

Queen Victoria

by James Archer, after Henry Melville
anaglyptograph, 1838 or after
NPG D33576

D33612

Queen Victoria

by James Archer, published by John Harris & Company, after Henry Melville
anaglyptograph, 1838 or after
NPG D33612

D13649

Catherine Edward

by James Charles Armytage, after James Archer
stipple and line engraving, 1840s-1850s
NPG D13649

D37220

Charles Lawson

by and published by Frederick Schenck, after Otto Theodor Leyde, after James Archer
lithograph, 1862 or after
NPG D37220

D31733

William Froggatt Bethell

after James Archer
mezzotint, circa 1871
NPG D31733

D1686

Thomas de Quincey

after James Archer
photogravure, 1902 or before
NPG D1686

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