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William Romaine

(1714-1795), Evangelical divine

Mid-Georgian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 13 portraits
Born in Hartlepool, Romaine was a popular clergyman and evangelical preacher. Attracting controversy for his sermons he held several appointments in London before his final position at St Anne, Blackfriars from 1766-95. A prolific author on Christian spirituality his works include The Triumph of Faith, 1795.

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James Hervey; William Romaine; Thomas Jones; Martin Madan, published by Henry Parker, and published by  Thomas Kitchin - NPG D20340

James Hervey; William Romaine; Thomas Jones; Martin Madan

published by Henry Parker, and published by Thomas Kitchin
mezzotint, circa 1750
NPG D20340

William Romaine, by Richard Houston, printed and sold by  Bewley Wynne Morrison, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D39854

William Romaine

by Richard Houston, printed and sold by Bewley Wynne Morrison, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, (1758)
NPG D39854

William Romaine, by Richard Houston, printed and sold by  Bewley Wynne Morrison, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D39855

William Romaine

by Richard Houston, printed and sold by Bewley Wynne Morrison, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, (1758)
NPG D39855

William Romaine, by Richard Houston, printed for  Carington Bowles, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D4102

William Romaine

by Richard Houston, printed for Carington Bowles, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, 1758-1775 (1758)
NPG D4102

William Romaine, by Richard Houston, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D4103

William Romaine

by Richard Houston, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, 1758-1775 (1758)
NPG D4103

William Romaine, by Richard Houston, printed for  Carington Bowles, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D4104

William Romaine

by Richard Houston, printed for Carington Bowles, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, 1758-1775 (1758)
NPG D4104

William Romaine, by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), published by  Robert Sayer, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D19244

William Romaine

by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), published by Robert Sayer, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, (1758)
NPG D19244

William Romaine, printed for Robert Sayer - NPG D39853

William Romaine

printed for Robert Sayer
mezzotint, late 18th century
NPG D39853

William Romaine, by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed for  Robert Sayer, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D39856

William Romaine

by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed for Robert Sayer, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, late 18th century
NPG D39856

William Romaine, printed for John Bowles, after  Francis Cotes - NPG D4101

William Romaine

printed for John Bowles, after Francis Cotes
mezzotint, late 18th century (1758)
NPG D4101

William Romaine, by Richard Houston, printed for and published by  Carington Bowles, after  John Russell - NPG D13748

William Romaine

by Richard Houston, printed for and published by Carington Bowles, after John Russell
mezzotint, published 2 January 1775
NPG D13748

William Romaine, published by John Evans, published by  George Thompson - NPG D39852

William Romaine

published by John Evans, published by George Thompson
mezzotint, published 10 August 1795
NPG D39852

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