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John Field

(active 1829-1847), Print publisher

Artist associated with 8 portraits

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A Turn-Up among the Big 'Uns!!!, by John Phillips, published by  John Field - NPG D46041

A Turn-Up among the Big 'Uns!!!

by John Phillips, published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published 26 June 1829
NPG D46041

The Battle of the Petitions, a Farce now performing with great applause at both Houses, published by John Field - NPG D46062

The Battle of the Petitions, a Farce now performing with great applause at both Houses

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published circa March 1829
NPG D46062

View on the Windsor Road, published by John Field - NPG D46063

View on the Windsor Road

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published circa April 1829
NPG D46063

'Paddy Arthur's Night Charge', published by John Field - NPG D48745

'Paddy Arthur's Night Charge'

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published circa April 1829
NPG D48745

'Burkeing the Constitution of England!!!!!', published by John Field - NPG D48750

'Burkeing the Constitution of England!!!!!'

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published circa April 1829
NPG D48750

State Watchmen of 1829, possibly by John Phillips, published by  John Field - NPG D48763

State Watchmen of 1829

possibly by John Phillips, published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published May 1829
NPG D48763

The Nurse, Child, and Plaything, possibly by John Phillips, after  John Field - NPG D48768

The Nurse, Child, and Plaything

possibly by John Phillips, after John Field
hand-coloured etching, published 27 May 1829
NPG D48768

A Relative Position in 1830 versus 1792; or, Policy to a Letter, published by John Field - NPG D48829

A Relative Position in 1830 versus 1792; or, Policy to a Letter

published by John Field
hand-coloured etching, published 9 August 1830
NPG D48829

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