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(active 1922-1929), Publishers

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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Thomas Henry Huxley, by Thomas Hamilton Crawford, published by  Museum Galleries, after  John Collier - NPG D36430

Thomas Henry Huxley

by Thomas Hamilton Crawford, published by Museum Galleries, after John Collier
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1922 (1883)
NPG D36430

Robert Louis Stevenson, by H. Blackburn Hart, published by  Museum Galleries, after  Sir William Blake Richmond - NPG D49367

Robert Louis Stevenson

by H. Blackburn Hart, published by Museum Galleries, after Sir William Blake Richmond
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1922, based on a work of 1887
NPG D49367

Sir Richard Francis Burton, by Sidney M. Litten, published by  Museum Galleries, after  Frederic Leighton, Baron Leighton - NPG D49368

Sir Richard Francis Burton

by Sidney M. Litten, published by Museum Galleries, after Frederic Leighton, Baron Leighton
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1922, based on a work of 1872-1875
NPG D49368

Henry Edward Manning, by William Jeans, published by  Museum Galleries, after  George Frederic Watts - NPG D49369

Henry Edward Manning

by William Jeans, published by Museum Galleries, after George Frederic Watts
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1922, based on a work of 1882
NPG D49369

Charles Darwin, by George Sidney Hunt, published by  Museum Galleries, after  John Collier - NPG D49370

Charles Darwin

by George Sidney Hunt, published by Museum Galleries, after John Collier
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1922, after a work of 1883
NPG D49370

Sir James Young Simpson, 1st Bt, by Henry Scott Bridgwater, published by  Museum Galleries - NPG D41705

Sir James Young Simpson, 1st Bt

by Henry Scott Bridgwater, published by Museum Galleries
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1926
NPG D41705

David Livingstone, published by Museum Galleries, after  Frederick Havill - NPG D37379

David Livingstone

published by Museum Galleries, after Frederick Havill
mezzotint printed in colours, published 1927
NPG D37379

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