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G. Barrett

(active 1796), Engraver and publisher

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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Hans Holbein the Younger, by G. Barrett, after  Hans Holbein the Younger - NPG D24349

Hans Holbein the Younger

by G. Barrett, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, 18th century
NPG D24349

Richard Hurst (Herst), by G. Barrett - NPG D28540

Richard Hurst (Herst)

by G. Barrett
etching and line engraving, mid to late 18th century
NPG D28540

The Marriage of King Henry VI to Margaret of Anjou, by G. Barrett, after  Jan Gossaert (Mabuse) - NPG D23764

The Marriage of King Henry VI to Margaret of Anjou

by G. Barrett, after Jan Gossaert (Mabuse)
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D23764

Cornelis Ketel, by G. Barrett, after  Unknown artist - NPG D25563

Cornelis Ketel

by G. Barrett, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D25563

Madam Elizabeth Creswell, by G. Barrett, published by  James Caulfield, after  Marcellus Laroon - NPG D30712

Madam Elizabeth Creswell

by G. Barrett, published by James Caulfield, after Marcellus Laroon
line engraving, published 1793
NPG D30712

William Faithorne, by G. Barrett, after  William Faithorne - NPG D30440

William Faithorne

by G. Barrett, after William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1794
NPG D30440

Robert White, by G. Barrett, after  Unknown artist - NPG D30441

Robert White

by G. Barrett, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1794
NPG D30441

John Sturt, by G. Barrett, after  Unknown artist - NPG D27351

John Sturt

by G. Barrett, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1794
NPG D27351

William Chillingworth, by G. Barrett, published by  John Paul Manson - NPG D26772

William Chillingworth

by G. Barrett, published by John Paul Manson
stipple engraving, published 20 July 1797
NPG D26772

Effigy of Edward Bruce, 1st Baron Bruce of Kinloss on his Monument in the Rolls Chapel, by G. Barrett, after  W. Denton - NPG D25856

Effigy of Edward Bruce, 1st Baron Bruce of Kinloss on his Monument in the Rolls Chapel

by G. Barrett, after W. Denton
line engraving, possibly early 19th century
NPG D25856

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