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John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage

(1808-1897), Engraver

Artist associated with 7 portraits

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Leigh Hunt, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, published by  Smith, Elder & Co, after  Joseph Severn - NPG D15734

Leigh Hunt

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, published by Smith, Elder & Co, after Joseph Severn
stipple engraving, (circa 1810)
NPG D15734

Thomas Carlyle, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, published by  Smith, Elder & Co, after  Samuel Laurence - NPG D15737

Thomas Carlyle

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, published by Smith, Elder & Co, after Samuel Laurence
stipple engraving, (circa 1838)
NPG D15737

Catherine Edward, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after  James Archer - NPG D13649

Catherine Edward

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after James Archer
stipple and line engraving, 1840s-1850s
NPG D13649

Thomas Southwood Smith, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, published by  Smith, Elder & Co, after  Margaret Gillies - NPG D8396

Thomas Southwood Smith

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, published by Smith, Elder & Co, after Margaret Gillies
stipple engraving, published 1844
NPG D8396

John Burgoyne, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after  Henry Warren - NPG D1145

John Burgoyne

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after Henry Warren
line engraving, circa 1860
NPG D1145

Daniel Defoe, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after  Eyre Crowe - NPG D2258

Daniel Defoe

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after Eyre Crowe
line engraving, (1862)
NPG D2258

Charles Dickens, by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after  Benjamin Gurney - NPG D42290

Charles Dickens

by John Carr (or James Charles) Armytage, after Benjamin Gurney
line engraving, (1867)
NPG D42290

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