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Bartolomeo Pergami

1 of 32 portraits of Bartolomeo Pergami

Bartolomeo Pergami, by Godefroy Engelmann, probably early 19th century - NPG D13721 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Bartolomeo Pergami

by Godefroy Engelmann
lithograph, probably early 19th century
10 3/8 in. x 8 1/8 in. (265 mm x 207 mm) paper size
Given by Henry Witte Martin, 1861
Reference Collection
NPG D13721


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  • Bartolomeo Pergami (1783 or 1784-1842), Courier and consort of Queen Caroline. Sitter in 32 portraits.

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  • Godefroy Engelmann (1788-1839), Printer and publisher. Artist associated with 3 portraits.

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