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Thomas Murray

(1663-1735), Portrait painter

Sitter associated with 7 portraits
Artist associated with 86 portraits
Scottish-born Murray moved to London and studied with a member of the De Critz family before becoming a pupil of eminent portraitist John Riley. In 1703, he painted Queen Anne for the Society of the Middle Temple in London, showing her crowned and in royal robes. His many full-length oil paintings include a portrait of John, 1st Duke of Atholl.

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Thomas Murray, by and published by John Smith, after  Thomas Murray - NPG D39120

Thomas Murray

by and published by John Smith, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1696
NPG D39120

Thomas Murray, by and published by John Smith, after  Thomas Murray - NPG D4679

Thomas Murray

by and published by John Smith, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1696
NPG D4679

Thomas Murray, by and published by John Smith, after  Thomas Murray - NPG D11498

Thomas Murray

by and published by John Smith, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1696
NPG D11498

Thomas Murray, after Thomas Murray - NPG D16237

Thomas Murray

after Thomas Murray
coloured line engraving, 18th century
NPG D16237

Thomas Murray, by Alexander Bannerman, after  Thomas Murray - NPG D30982

Thomas Murray

by Alexander Bannerman, after Thomas Murray
line engraving, published 1762
NPG D30982

Unknown man, formerly known as Thomas Murray, after Unknown artist - NPG D39121

Unknown man, formerly known as Thomas Murray

after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, probably 19th century
NPG D39121

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Thomas Murray

by and published by John Smith, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1696
NPG D20177

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