Henry Thomas Ryall(1811-1867), Engraver
Artist associated with 52 portraits
An eminent nineteenth-century line, stipple and mixed-method engraver, Henry Thomas Ryall was known for his portraits and his sporting, historical and genre subjects. After studying engraving techniques under Samuel William Reynolds, Ryall lived and worked in London. He is best known for the many larger reproductive engravings that he produced, such as Sir George Hayter's Coronation of Queen Victoria (1842), C.R. Leslie's The Christening of the Princess Royal (1849) and Richard Ansdell's The Fight for the Standard (1853). Ryall was appointed historical engraver to the queen, in which capacity he engraved the portraits of many members of the royal family.
by Henry Thomas Ryall, published by John Samuel Murray, sold by Charles Tilt, after Edmund Thomas Parris
stipple engraving, published 1833
by Henry Thomas Ryall, after follower of Sir Anthony van Dyck
stipple engraving, published 1835
by Henry Thomas Ryall
line engraving, published 1836
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