John Jones(circa 1745-1797), Engraver and printseller
Artist associated with 91 portraits
John Jones was a mezzotint and stipple engraver. He worked in London where he met with considerable success reproducing old masters such as Reynolds, Romney, Gainsborough and Bartolozzi, among others. His work, which appeared between 1774 and 1791, comprised mostly historical subjects and portraits. He served as engraver to the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York.
- George Jones (son)
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