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John Reeve

(1799-1838), Actor

Sitter associated with 10 portraits

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John Reeve in his Characters in 'Bachelors Torments', published by William Sheldrick, after  E.F. Lambert - NPG D39665

John Reeve in his Characters in 'Bachelors Torments'

published by William Sheldrick, after E.F. Lambert
hand-coloured lithograph, published May 1823
NPG D39665

John Reeve as Sylvester Daggerwood, by R. Page, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42696

John Reeve as Sylvester Daggerwood

by R. Page, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 1823
NPG D42696

John Reeve as Abrahamides in 'Quadrupeds', published by Ingrey & Madeley - NPG D42699

John Reeve as Abrahamides in 'Quadrupeds'

published by Ingrey & Madeley
hand-coloured lithograph, published 1826
NPG D42699

John Reeve as Acres in 'The Rivals', by James Henry Lynch, printed and published by  Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co - NPG D42700

John Reeve as Acres in 'The Rivals'

by James Henry Lynch, printed and published by Engelmann, Graf, Coindet & Co
hand-coloured lithograph, published 1827
NPG D42700

John Reeve as Lord Grizzle, by Thomas Anthony Dean, published by  John Cumberland, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D38559

John Reeve as Lord Grizzle

by Thomas Anthony Dean, published by John Cumberland, after Thomas Charles Wageman
stipple engraving, published 6 October 1829
NPG D38559

John Reeve as Cupid, by and published by George Edward Madeley - NPG D42698

John Reeve as Cupid

by and published by George Edward Madeley
hand-coloured lithograph, circa 1832
NPG D42698

John Reeve, by Henry Richard Cook, published by  William Sams, after  Thomas Charles Wageman - NPG D42549

John Reeve

by Henry Richard Cook, published by William Sams, after Thomas Charles Wageman
line engraving, published 1833
NPG D42549

John Reeve in 'The Mummy', by C. Burton - NPG D42697

John Reeve in 'The Mummy'

by C. Burton
hand-coloured lithograph, circa 1836
NPG D42697

John Reeve as Tom the Ostler, by T.H. Jones - NPG D42701

John Reeve as Tom the Ostler

by T.H. Jones
hand-coloured lithograph, circa 1836
NPG D42701

John Reeve as Jack Ragg, by and published by George Edward Madeley - NPG D42695

John Reeve as Jack Ragg

by and published by George Edward Madeley
hand-coloured lithograph, before 1838
NPG D42695

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