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John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)

(baptised 1732-active 1770), Artist

Artist associated with 12 portraits

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Charles Churchill, by John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG 162

Charles Churchill

by John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
oil on canvas, feigned oval, circa 1763-1764
NPG 162

James Wolfe, attributed to John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG 48

James Wolfe

attributed to John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
oil on canvas, circa 1767
NPG 48

James Wolfe, by Richard Houston, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D32129

James Wolfe

by Richard Houston, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, circa 1759-1766
NPG D32129

James Wolfe, published by Ralph Griffiths, probably after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D46209

James Wolfe

published by Ralph Griffiths, probably after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
line engraving, circa 1759-1760
NPG D46209

James Wolfe, by Richard Houston, published by  Robert Sayer, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D4883

James Wolfe

by Richard Houston, published by Robert Sayer, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, circa 1759-1766
NPG D4883

James Wolfe, by Richard Houston, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D8784

James Wolfe

by Richard Houston, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, circa 1759-1775
NPG D8784

James Wolfe, by Richard Houston, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D32363

James Wolfe

by Richard Houston, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, 1762 or after
NPG D32363

Charles Churchill, by May Morris, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D13927

Charles Churchill

by May Morris, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
etching, (circa 1763-1764)
NPG D13927

Charles Churchill, by Thomas Burford, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D33251

Charles Churchill

by Thomas Burford, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, published 1 January 1765
NPG D33251

Charles Churchill, by Thomas Burford, after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak) - NPG D1446

Charles Churchill

by Thomas Burford, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, published 28 February 1765
NPG D1446

Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford; James Wolfe; William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham, by Thomas Abiel Prior, after  Unknown artist, and after  John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak), and after  Richard Brompton - NPG D17872

Robert Walpole, 1st Earl of Orford; James Wolfe; William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham

by Thomas Abiel Prior, after Unknown artist, and after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak), and after Richard Brompton
line engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D17872

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Charles Churchill

by and published by Thomas Burford, after John Stone Clifford Schaack (Shaak)
mezzotint, published 28 February 1765 (circa 1763-1764)
NPG D19018

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