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Walter Hussey Burgh
by William Barnard, after Hugh Douglas Hamiltonmezzotint, probably late 18th centuryNPG D919
by William Barnard, after Lemuel Francis Abbottmezzotint, published 1798NPG D17801
Sir Jeremiah Fitzpatrick
by William Barnard, after Samuel Drummondmezzotint, (1801)NPG D36947
by William Barnardmezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D38093
Sir John Silvester, Bt
by and published by William Barnard, after Samuel Drummondmezzotint, published 20 February 1802NPG D41696
by William Barnard, after John Keenanmezzotint, (circa 1802)NPG D8251
by William Barnard, published by L.I. Higham, after F. Turnermezzotint, early 19th centuryNPG D34258
John Philip Kemble as Hamlet
by William Barnard, published by H. Fuller, after George Hounsommezzotint, published 1 November 1803NPG D36812
by William Barnard, published by Elizabeth Walker, after John Keenanmezzotint, published 1 January 1803 (circa 1802)NPG D40690
by William Barnard, published by Robert Orchard, after David Gowersmezzotint, published May 1803NPG D5723
by William Barnard, after Lemuel Francis Abbottmezzotint, published 1 January 1806NPG D38490
by William Barnard, published by and after Thomas Henry Illidgemezzotint, published 29 October 1824NPG D40712
by William Barnard, published by and after Thomas Henry Illidgemezzotint, published 29 October 1824NPG D4226
William Redmore Bigg
by and published by William Barnard, published by and after William Fiskmezzotint, published 20 June 1831NPG D1299
by and published by William Barnard, published by and after William Fiskmezzotint, published 20 June 1831NPG D705
by William Barnard, published by Joseph Jackson, after Thomas Henry Illidgemezzotint, published 24 March 1834NPG D39343
Francis Geach Crossman
by William Barnard, after William Saltermezzotint, published 1838NPG D34408
by William Barnard, published by Welch & Gwynne, after William Saltermezzotint, published 26 March 1838NPG D1595
by William Barnard, after William Saltermezzotint, published 1838NPG D1596
by William Barnard, after F. TurnermezzotintNPG D8651
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