Charles Picart(circa 1780-circa 1837), Engraver, draughtsman and painter
Artist associated with 119 portraits
An early nineteenth century portrait etcher and engraver, Charles Picart lived and worked in London. As well as working on large, individual commissions, he was frequently employed to contribute plates to publications such as Dibdin's Decameron, Lodge's Portraits and Description of the Ancient Marbles in the British Museum.
by Charles Picart, after Charles Robertson
stipple engraving, early 19th century
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