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Sir Henry Sheehy Keating
by Andrew Mortonoil on canvas, exhibited 1839NPG 1895
after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D39061
after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D39062
King William IV
by Richard James Lane, published by Joseph Dickinson, after Andrew Mortonlithograph, published December 1831NPG D33552
Lady Charlotte Talbot (née Butler)
by Thomas Anthony Dean, published by Edward Bull, after Andrew Mortonstipple engraving, published December 1832NPG D32503
Unknown man, formerly known as John Gurwood
by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, after Andrew Mortonstipple engraving, (1 February 1833)NPG D35078
Sir James Alexander Gordon when Rear-Admiral
by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, (1839)NPG D34606
by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, 1840s-1850sNPG D39326
by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, 1840sNPG D40227
possibly Charles Webb Le Bas
by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, 1840sNPG D40228
FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan
by William Oakley Burgess, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, published 31 August 1841NPG D41826
by Richard James Lane, after Andrew Mortonlithograph, 1843NPG D21831
by Richard James Lane, after Andrew Mortonlithograph, 1843NPG D22183
Philip Stanhope Dodd
by James Thomas Linnell, after Andrew Mortonlithograph, (1844)NPG D35337
by William Oakley Burgess, published by Joseph Sandell Welch, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, published 1 July 1844NPG D39175
by William Oakley Burgess, printed by Dixon & Ross, published by Ackermann & Co, after Andrew Mortonmezzotint, circa 1844NPG D39176
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