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by Charles Townley, after Richard Bromptonmezzotint, 1771NPG D1298
by Charles Townley, after Richard Bromptonmezzotint, 1771NPG D706
by Charles Townley, after Richard Bromptonmezzotint, 1771NPG D707
Sir Armine Wodehouse
by Charles Townley, after Nathaniel Dance (later Sir Nathaniel Holland, Bt)mezzotint, published 1772NPG D36316
Sir Joshua Reynolds
by and published by Charles Townley, after Sir Joshua Reynoldsmezzotint, published 30 June 1777 (1775)NPG D39699
Sir Peter Paul Rubens
by Charles Townley, after Sir Peter Paul Rubensmezzotint, published 1778NPG D28254
by and published by Charles Townley, after William Hogarthmezzotint, published June 1781NPG D35900
by and published by Charles Townley, after William Hogarthmezzotint, published June 1781NPG D19904
by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbottmezzotint, 1783NPG D4499
by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbottmezzotint, 1783NPG D4504
Frederick William II, King of Prussia
by Charles Townley, published by Jean Marc Pascal, after Edward Francis Cunningham (Calze)mezzotint, published circa 1784NPG D15610
Lucy Loftus (née Brydges), Viscountess Lisburne
by Charles Townley, published by John Boydell, after Josiah Boydell, after Sir Peter Lelymezzotint, published 1 September 1787NPG D37406
by and published by Charles Townley, after John Opiemezzotint, published 20 February 1792 (1783-1784)NPG D36531
by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbottmezzotint, 1792NPG D40477
by Charles Townley, after Lemuel Francis Abbottmezzotint, published 1793NPG D7587
by Charles Townley, after Sir William Ouseleymezzotint, published 1800NPG D4222
by Charles Townleyetching, 1801NPG D29914
by Charles Townley, after Sir William Ouseleymezzotint, published 1804NPG D4223
probably by Charles Townley, published by Robert Wilkinson, probably after William Millerstipple and line engraving, published 7 February 1812NPG D34502
Mary Buckeridge (née Geering or Goring)
probably by Charles Townley, probably after Sir Godfrey Kneller, BtmezzotintNPG D9292
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