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Benjamin Wyon

(1802-1858), Medallist

Artist associated with 7 portraits

Explore the portrait of Sir William Chambers by Benjamin Wyon (NPG D2911) from all angles | the portrait of Sir John Vanbrugh by Benjamin Wyon (NPG D2930) from all angles

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Johann Baptist Cramer, by Benjamin Wyon - NPG D7027

Johann Baptist Cramer

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1845
NPG D7027

Sir John Vanbrugh, by Benjamin Wyon, after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D2930

Sir John Vanbrugh

by Benjamin Wyon, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
bronze medal, 1855
NPG D2930

Sir William Chambers, by Benjamin Wyon, after  Sir Richard Westmacott - NPG D2911

Sir William Chambers

by Benjamin Wyon, after Sir Richard Westmacott
bronze medal, 1857
NPG D2911

Charles Robert Leslie, by Benjamin Wyon - NPG D2922

Charles Robert Leslie

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1870
NPG D2922

Daniel Maclise, by Benjamin Wyon - NPG D2923

Daniel Maclise

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1878
NPG D2923

Edward Hodges Baily, by Benjamin Wyon - NPG D2908

Edward Hodges Baily

by Benjamin Wyon
bronze medal, 1882
NPG D2908


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