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Artist associated with 12 portraits
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King George IV
by Samuel William Reynolds, published by John Brydon, after Simon de Kostermezzotint, published 1 May 1794NPG D33330
by Thomas Gaugain, published by John Brydon, after Simon de Koster, after Thomas Banksstipple engraving, published February 1798 (1790)NPG D35562
by Thomas Gaugain, published by John Brydon, after Simon de Koster, after Thomas Banksstipple engraving, published February 1798 (1790)NPG D35563
Charles James Fox
by Thomas Gaugain, after Simon de Koster, after Joseph Nollekensstipple engraving, published 1798NPG D37778
by Thomas Gaugain, published by John Brydon, sold by Mr Debrett, after Simon de Koster, after Joseph Nollekensstipple engraving, published 1798NPG D37779
published by John Brydon, after Simon de Kosterstipple engraving, published 13 August 1799NPG D40247
after Simon de Kosterline and stipple engraving, published 1800NPG D17798
by Anthony Cardon, and by John Girtin, published by Rudolph Ackermann, after Thomas Uwins, after Simon de Kosterline and stipple engraving, published 24 December 1805NPG D38488
by Thomas Burke, after Simon de Kosterstipple engraving, published 1807NPG D17799
George William Manby
by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), after Simon de Kosteretching, (1810)NPG D22583
by Mary Dawson Turner (née Palgrave), after Simon de Kosteretching, (1810)NPG D38174
Frederick, Duke of York and Albany
by William Thomas Fry, published by James Jenkins, after Simon de Kosterstipple engraving and etching, published 1816NPG D33223
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