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Henri-Pierre Danloux

(1753-1809), Artist

Artist associated with 8 portraits

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Marie Thérèse de Savoie-Carignan, Princess de Lamballe, by Louis Charles Ruotte, after  Henri-Pierre Danloux - NPG D15018

Marie Thérèse de Savoie-Carignan, Princess de Lamballe

by Louis Charles Ruotte, after Henri-Pierre Danloux
stipple engraving, (1791)
NPG D15018

Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, by Philipp Audinet, after  Henri-Pierre Danloux - NPG D32260

Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch

by Philipp Audinet, after Henri-Pierre Danloux
line engraving, (1798)
NPG D32260

Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch, by Philipp Audinet, after  Henri-Pierre Danloux - NPG D14811

Henry Scott, 3rd Duke of Buccleuch

by Philipp Audinet, after Henri-Pierre Danloux
line engraving, (1798)
NPG D14811

Lord Adam Gordon, by Philipp Audinet, published by and after  Henri-Pierre Danloux - NPG D34604

Lord Adam Gordon

by Philipp Audinet, published by and after Henri-Pierre Danloux
line engraving, published 10 May 1799
NPG D34604

Louis Antoine de Bourbon, duc d'Angoulême, by Philipp Audinet, published by and after  Henri-Pierre Danloux - NPG D20429

Louis Antoine de Bourbon, duc d'Angoulême

by Philipp Audinet, published by and after Henri-Pierre Danloux
line engraving, published 21 January 1799
NPG D20429

Adam Duncan, 1st Viscount Duncan, by John Raphael Smith, after and published by  Henri-Pierre Danloux - NPG D10708

Adam Duncan, 1st Viscount Duncan

by John Raphael Smith, after and published by Henri-Pierre Danloux
mezzotint, published 1 May 1800 (1792)
NPG D10708

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George Keith Elphinstone, Viscount Keith

by Philipp Audinet, published by and after Henri-Pierre Danloux
line engraving, published 1 March 1801
NPG D19445

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