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John Hazlitt

(1767-1837), Portrait painter and miniaturist; brother of William Hazlitt

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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John Thelwall, attributed to John Hazlitt - NPG 2163

John Thelwall

attributed to John Hazlitt
oil on canvas, circa 1800-1805
NPG 2163

Andrew Kippis, by J. Baker, published by  William Bent, probably after  John Hazlitt - NPG D14483

Andrew Kippis

by J. Baker, published by William Bent, probably after John Hazlitt
line engraving, published February 1796
NPG D14483

Thomas Clio Rickman, by James Holmes, published by  Thomas Clio Rickman, after  John Hazlitt - NPG D35195

Thomas Clio Rickman

by James Holmes, published by Thomas Clio Rickman, after John Hazlitt
stipple engraving, published February 1800
NPG D35195

William Hazlitt, by J. Hyatt, after  John Hazlitt - NPG D3242

William Hazlitt

by J. Hyatt, after John Hazlitt
line engraving, (circa 1813)
NPG D3242

William Hazlitt, published by Richard Bentley, after  John Hazlitt - NPG D13984

William Hazlitt

published by Richard Bentley, after John Hazlitt
line and stipple engraving, published 1867
NPG D13984

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