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James Hervey

(1714-1758), Devotional writer

Sitter in 11 portraits

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James Hervey, published by John Bowles, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D3019

James Hervey

published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750s-1770s
NPG D3019

James Hervey, published by John Bowles, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D3020

James Hervey

published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750s-1770s
NPG D3020

James Hervey, published by John Bowles, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D3021

James Hervey

published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1750s-1770s
NPG D3021

James Hervey, after John Michael Williams - NPG D3022

James Hervey

after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1750-1800
NPG D3022

James Hervey; William Romaine; Thomas Jones; Martin Madan, published by Henry Parker, and published by  Thomas Kitchin - NPG D20340

James Hervey; William Romaine; Thomas Jones; Martin Madan

published by Henry Parker, and published by Thomas Kitchin
mezzotint, circa 1750
NPG D20340

James Hervey, by John Faber Jr, published by  John Rivington, and published by  James Rivington, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D3017

James Hervey

by John Faber Jr, published by John Rivington, and published by James Rivington, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, 1751
NPG D3017

James Hervey, by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed and published by  Robert Sayer, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D35739

James Hervey

by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed and published by Robert Sayer, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1755-1766
NPG D35739

James Hervey, by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed and published by  Robert Sayer, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D35740

James Hervey

by Richard Purcell (H. Fowler, Charles or Philip Corbutt), printed and published by Robert Sayer, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1755-1766
NPG D35740

James Hervey, by John Dixon, published by  John Bowles, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D35738

James Hervey

by John Dixon, published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1767-1775
NPG D35738

James Hervey, by John Dixon, published by  John Bowles, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D3016

James Hervey

by John Dixon, published by John Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1767-1775
NPG D3016

James Hervey, by John Dixon, published by  Carington Bowles, after  John Michael Williams - NPG D3018

James Hervey

by John Dixon, published by Carington Bowles, after John Michael Williams
mezzotint, circa 1767-1793
NPG D3018

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