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John Brand

(active 1791)

Artist associated with 16 portraits

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Richard Le Beloman, by John Brand, after  William Faithorne - NPG D22643

Richard Le Beloman

by John Brand, after William Faithorne
pen and ink, May 1791
NPG D22643

John Denison, by John Brand - NPG D25977

John Denison

by John Brand
pen and ink after engraving, 1791
NPG D25977

George Tooke, by John Brand, after  Edmund Marmion - NPG D27237

George Tooke

by John Brand, after Edmund Marmion
pen and ink, 1791
NPG D27237

William Stokes, by John Brand, after  George Glover - NPG D28377

William Stokes

by John Brand, after George Glover
pen and ink, 1791
NPG D28377

Roger Crab, by John Brand, after  Unknown artist - NPG D29216

Roger Crab

by John Brand, after Unknown artist
pen and ink, 1791
NPG D29216

Thomas Rawdon, by John Brand, after  Robert White - NPG D29920

Thomas Rawdon

by John Brand, after Robert White
pen and ink, 1791
NPG D29920

John Harrison, by John Brand - NPG D2196

John Harrison

by John Brand
pen and ink after engraving, 1791
NPG D2196

Lady Mary Jolliffe (née Hastings), by John Brand, after an engraving by  Robert White - NPG D3354

Lady Mary Jolliffe (née Hastings)

by John Brand, after an engraving by Robert White
pen and ink after engraving, 1791 (circa 1679)
NPG D3354

Josuah Moone, by John Brand, after  Robert White - NPG D6514

Josuah Moone

by John Brand, after Robert White
pen and ink, 1791
NPG D6514

Sir Christopher Myngs, after John Brand, after  Unknown artist - NPG D6523

Sir Christopher Myngs

after John Brand, after Unknown artist
pen and ink over pencil, 1791 or after
NPG D6523

Thomas Stapleton, by John Brand, after  Leonard Gaultier - NPG D25300

Thomas Stapleton

by John Brand, after Leonard Gaultier
ink, 1792
NPG D25300

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