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Gabriel Shire Tregear

(active 1828-1840), Printseller and publisher

Artist associated with 12 portraits

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'King Arthur's Round Table', published by Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48710

'King Arthur's Round Table'

published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published February 1828
NPG D48710

The Wellinton [Wellington] Testimonial, by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D46038

The Wellinton [Wellington] Testimonial

by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published May 1829
NPG D46038

A Long Pull, A Stong [Strong] Pull and a Pull Altogether!!!, probably by Henry Heath, after  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48757

A Long Pull, A Stong [Strong] Pull and a Pull Altogether!!!

probably by Henry Heath, after Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published April 1829
NPG D48757

A Slap up Turn Out!!, by Henry Heath, published by  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48764

A Slap up Turn Out!!

by Henry Heath, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published circa May 1829
NPG D48764

The Retreat, or, the Glorious 18th of June 1829!, by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48775

The Retreat, or, the Glorious 18th of June 1829!

by (Isaac) Robert Cruikshank, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published June 1829
NPG D48775

A Vision of Judgement!!!, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48801

A Vision of Judgement!!!

published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published circa February 1830
NPG D48801

The Charles Street Conspiracy (no. 10) or the Devil and the Tories, by Charles Jameson Grant, published by  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48850

The Charles Street Conspiracy (no. 10) or the Devil and the Tories

by Charles Jameson Grant, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured lithograph, published 28 April 1831
NPG D48850

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ('Old England's Protector'), published by Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48859

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ('Old England's Protector')

published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published circa 1831
NPG D48859

Battle Royal Between the Whig National School Boys & the Tory Charity Crabs, by and published by Gabriel Shire Tregear, and by  Charles Jameson Grant - NPG D46056

Battle Royal Between the Whig National School Boys & the Tory Charity Crabs

by and published by Gabriel Shire Tregear, and by Charles Jameson Grant
hand-coloured lithograph, published May 1832
NPG D46056

Tories. Whigs., published by Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48861

Tories. Whigs.

published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
hand-coloured etching, published 1832
NPG D48861

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ('Nil Fuit Unquam Tam Dispar Sibi!!!'), by William Heath, published by  Gabriel Shire Tregear - NPG D48863

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington ('Nil Fuit Unquam Tam Dispar Sibi!!!')

by William Heath, published by Gabriel Shire Tregear
etching, published 20 February 1834
NPG D48863

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