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Richard Buckner

(1812-1883), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 28 portraits

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Mrs Holloway, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22235

Mrs Holloway

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22235

Mrs Timmins, by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22289

Mrs Timmins

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22289

Marie Charlotte Eugenie Doche (née Plunkett), by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22474

Marie Charlotte Eugenie Doche (née Plunkett)

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22474

Elizabeth Helen Barkly (née Timins), by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22538

Elizabeth Helen Barkly (née Timins)

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22538

Mrs Timmins, by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22426

Mrs Timmins

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, circa 1825-1850
NPG D22426

Richard Corbett, by Lowes Cato Dickinson, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D34128

Richard Corbett

by Lowes Cato Dickinson, after Richard Buckner
hand-coloured lithograph, mid 19th century
NPG D34128

Richard Corbett, by Lowes Cato Dickinson, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D34129

Richard Corbett

by Lowes Cato Dickinson, after Richard Buckner
hand-coloured lithograph, mid 19th century
NPG D34129

George John Danvers Butler, 5th Earl of Lanesborough, by William Walker, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D37158

George John Danvers Butler, 5th Earl of Lanesborough

by William Walker, after Richard Buckner
mezzotint, mid 19th century
NPG D37158

Lady Constance Gower, by William Henry Mote, printed by  McQueen (Macqueen), published by  David Bogue, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D34660

Lady Constance Gower

by William Henry Mote, printed by McQueen (Macqueen), published by David Bogue, after Richard Buckner
line and stipple engraving, published 1 March 1851
NPG D34660

Lord John Thynne, by and published by William Walker, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D40330

Lord John Thynne

by and published by William Walker, after Richard Buckner
mezzotint, published 1 July 1852
NPG D40330

Sir Josiah John Guest, 1st Bt, by and published by William Walker, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D7804

Sir Josiah John Guest, 1st Bt

by and published by William Walker, after Richard Buckner
mezzotint, published 5 April 1852
NPG D7804

Mrs De Clifford, by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D21772

Mrs De Clifford

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, 1852
NPG D21772

Mary Ann Holloway (née Breton); Horatio Edward Holloway, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D21995

Mary Ann Holloway (née Breton); Horatio Edward Holloway

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, (1852)
NPG D21995

Mrs De Clifford, by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22007

Mrs De Clifford

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, 1852
NPG D22007

Mrs De Clifford, by Richard James Lane, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22190

Mrs De Clifford

by Richard James Lane, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, 1852
NPG D22190

Marie Charlotte Eugenie Doche (née Plunkett), by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, published by  John Mitchell, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D35334

Marie Charlotte Eugenie Doche (née Plunkett)

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by John Mitchell, after Richard Buckner
hand-coloured lithograph, published 10 February 1853
NPG D35334

John James Robert Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland, by and published by William Walker, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D39960

John James Robert Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland

by and published by William Walker, after Richard Buckner
mezzotint, published 1 January 1853
NPG D39960

John James Robert Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland, by and published by William Walker, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D39961

John James Robert Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland

by and published by William Walker, after Richard Buckner
mezzotint, published 1 January 1853
NPG D39961

Adeline Plunkett, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, published by  John Mitchell, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D22532

Adeline Plunkett

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, published by John Mitchell, after Richard Buckner
lithograph, published 10 October 1854
NPG D22532

Sir George de Lacy Evans, by George Zobel, published by  Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after  Richard Buckner - NPG D36591

Sir George de Lacy Evans

by George Zobel, published by Paul and Dominic Colnaghi & Co, after Richard Buckner
mixed-method engraving, published 12 November 1856
NPG D36591

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