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Charles Jameson Grant

(active 1830-1852), Caricaturist

Artist associated with 8 portraits

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Seducing the K-g's Wife. Cato Ninetails., by Charles Jameson Grant, published by  George Humphrey - NPG D48849

Seducing the K-g's Wife. Cato Ninetails.

by Charles Jameson Grant, published by George Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 18 April 1831
NPG D48849

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

The Boro'mongers Remedy for an Obstinate Tenant, by Charles Jameson Grant, published by  E. King - NPG D48854

The Boro'mongers Remedy for an Obstinate Tenant

by Charles Jameson Grant, published by E. King
hand-coloured etching, published 3 May 1831
NPG D48854

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

The managers last kick, or, the distruction of the boroughmongers, by Charles Jameson Grant, printed by  John Quick - NPG D46370

The managers last kick, or, the distruction of the boroughmongers

by Charles Jameson Grant, printed by John Quick
woodcut, circa 1832
NPG D46370

The king in council assembled; or an unanimous ministry, by Charles Jameson Grant, printed and published by  G. Drake - NPG D46369

The king in council assembled; or an unanimous ministry

by Charles Jameson Grant, printed and published by G. Drake
woodcut, circa November 1834
NPG D46369

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