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William Patten

(circa 1793-1843), Artist

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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William Hone, by Henry Richard Cook, published by  Effingham Wilson, after  William Patten - NPG D19944

William Hone

by Henry Richard Cook, published by Effingham Wilson, after William Patten
stipple engraving, 1818
NPG D19944

Robert Waithman, by Edward Scriven, published by and after  William Patten - NPG D37973

Robert Waithman

by Edward Scriven, published by and after William Patten
stipple engraving, published 1 January 1821 (1818)
NPG D37973

Robert Waithman, by Edward Scriven, printed by  McQueen & Co, published by and after  William Patten - NPG D37974

Robert Waithman

by Edward Scriven, printed by McQueen & Co, published by and after William Patten
stipple engraving, published 1 January 1821 (1818)
NPG D37974

Robert Waithman, by Edward Scriven, published by and after  William Patten - NPG D19308

Robert Waithman

by Edward Scriven, published by and after William Patten
stipple engraving, published 1 January 1821 (1818)
NPG D19308

Robert Waithman, by Edward Scriven, published by and after  William Patten - NPG D16719

Robert Waithman

by Edward Scriven, published by and after William Patten
stipple engraving, published 1 January 1821 (1818)
NPG D16719

Edward Atkyns Bray, by Richard James Lane, after  William Patten - NPG D22431

Edward Atkyns Bray

by Richard James Lane, after William Patten
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22431

Alfred John Kempe, by John Barak Swaine, after  William Patten - NPG D3364

Alfred John Kempe

by John Barak Swaine, after William Patten
mezzotint, 1830s
NPG D3364

Alfred John Kempe, by John Barak Swaine, after  William Patten - NPG D3365

Alfred John Kempe

by John Barak Swaine, after William Patten
mezzotint, 1830s
NPG D3365

Mary Maria Colling, by Thomas Anthony Dean, after  William Patten - NPG D34035

Mary Maria Colling

by Thomas Anthony Dean, after William Patten
stipple engraving, published 1831
NPG D34035

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Ray Lampert

07 July 2018, 04:22

Dates regarding the Patten family of painters. William Patten (Sr), the miniature portrait painter died 10 Sept 1855 aged 88 (born c1767). In the 1841 and 1851 census he was living with spinster daughter Elizabeth. William Patten (Jr.), the portrait painter of this NPG page, died 22 Aug 1843 aged 50 (born c1793). William Sr.'s wife was Mary. William Jr's wife was Sarah. George Patten ARA (son of Wm Sr. and Mary) was born 29 June 1801 and died 11 March 1865. Charles Patten (son of Wm Sr. and Mary) was born 19 Sept 1804 and died 3 Aug 1833. Alfred Fowler Patten, son of George Patten ARA and Lucy Fowler (who's widowed mother married Wm Sr's brother Henry Patten), was born 27 Apr 1829 and died 26 Nov 1907. William Vandyke Patten (son of Wm Jr and Sarah) was born 6 Dec 1824 and died 1886.

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