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The Autotype Company (active 1868-), Reproductive engravers, printers and publishers

Artist associated with 45 portraits

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x5136

Thomas Woolner

by The Autotype Company, after Elliott & Fry
albumen cabinet card, before 1888
NPG x5136

D36751

Angelica Kauffmann

printed and published by The Autotype Company, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
photogravure, late 19th century (circa 1777-1778)
NPG D36751

D42703

Benjamin Jowett

probably by The Autotype Company, after Désiré François Laugée
collotype, after 1871
NPG D42703

D20766

David Robert Plunket, 1st Baron Rathmore

by The Autotype Company, after Henry James Haley
collotype, 1881 or after
NPG D20766

D18081

David Robert Plunket, 1st Baron Rathmore

by The Autotype Company, after Henry James Haley
collotype, 1881 or after
NPG D18081

D20749

Thomas Henry Sanderson, 1st Baron Sanderson

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1896)
NPG D20749

D18077

Thomas Henry Sanderson, 1st Baron Sanderson

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1896)
NPG D18077

D20739

Lord George Francis Hamilton

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1897)
NPG D20739

D35265

Lord George Francis Hamilton

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1897)
NPG D35265

D9785

Lord George Francis Hamilton

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1897)
NPG D9785

D11165

Sir Robert George Wyndham Herbert

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1897)
NPG D11165

D20756

Henry Brougham Loch, 1st Baron Loch

by The Autotype Company, after Henry Tanworth Wells
collotype, (1899)
NPG D20756

D20790

William Hillier Onslow, 4th Earl of Onslow

by The Autotype Company, after Henry James Haley
collotype, 1900
NPG D20790

D42738

Horatio Herbert Kitchener, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum

published by The Autotype Company, after Sir Arthur Stockdale Cope
photogravure, published 15 June 1900
NPG D42738

D9885

William Hillier Onslow, 4th Earl of Onslow

by The Autotype Company, after Henry James Haley
collotype, 1900
NPG D9885

D20776

Henry Stafford Northcote, Baron Northcote

by The Autotype Company, after Henry John Stock
collotype, 1903
NPG D20776

D20786

Sir Spencer Walpole

by The Autotype Company, after Hugh Goldwin Riviere
collotype, (circa 1903)
NPG D20786

D20834

Eddy Hamilton

by The Autotype Company, after Emil Fuchs
collotype, (1903)
NPG D20834

D21573

Eddy Hamilton

by The Autotype Company, after Emil Fuchs
collotype, (1903)
NPG D21573

D36515

Victor Albert George Child-Villiers, 7th Earl of Jersey

by The Autotype Company, after Henry John Stock
collotype, (1903)
NPG D36515

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