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John Stockdale

(circa 1749-1814), Publisher and bookseller

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Artist associated with 11 portraits

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Peter Labilliere, by Henry Kingsbury, published by  John Strongitharm, published by  John Stockdale, after  Joseph Wright - NPG D48097

Peter Labilliere

by Henry Kingsbury, published by John Strongitharm, published by John Stockdale, after Joseph Wright
mezzotint, published 1 December 1780 (1780)
NPG D48097

Peter Labilliere, by Henry Kingsbury, published by  John Strongitharm, published by  John Stockdale, after  Joseph Wright - NPG D5000

Peter Labilliere

by Henry Kingsbury, published by John Strongitharm, published by John Stockdale, after Joseph Wright
mezzotint, published 1 December 1780 (1780)
NPG D5000

Peter Labilliere, by Henry Kingsbury, published by  John Strongitharm, published by  John Stockdale, after  Joseph Wright - NPG D5001

Peter Labilliere

by Henry Kingsbury, published by John Strongitharm, published by John Stockdale, after Joseph Wright
mezzotint, published 1 December 1780 (1780)
NPG D5001

James Hutton, by and published by John Raphael Smith, and published by  John Stockdale, after  Richard Cosway - NPG D36424

James Hutton

by and published by John Raphael Smith, and published by John Stockdale, after Richard Cosway
mezzotint, published 22 February 1786
NPG D36424

Princess Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia and Electress Palatine, by Charles Sherwin, published by  John Stockdale, after  Gerrit van Honthorst - NPG D25741

Princess Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia and Electress Palatine

by Charles Sherwin, published by John Stockdale, after Gerrit van Honthorst
stipple engraving, published 4 April 1787
NPG D25741

Benjamin La Trobe, by William Bromley, published by  John Stockdale, after  John Astley - NPG D14488

Benjamin La Trobe

by William Bromley, published by John Stockdale, after John Astley
line engraving, published 20 June 1793
NPG D14488

William Perry, by Andrew Birrell, published by  John Stockdale, after  Bergnis - NPG D5512

William Perry

by Andrew Birrell, published by John Stockdale, after Bergnis
line engraving, published 1794
NPG D5512

Count Grigorii Grigorievich Orlov, published by John Stockdale - NPG D14311

Count Grigorii Grigorievich Orlov

published by John Stockdale
line engraving, published 12 February 1800
NPG D14311

Hester Lynch Piozzi (née Salusbury, later Mrs Thrale), by Marino or Mariano Bovi (Bova), published by  John Stockdale, after  Pierre Noel Violet - NPG D16112

Hester Lynch Piozzi (née Salusbury, later Mrs Thrale)

by Marino or Mariano Bovi (Bova), published by John Stockdale, after Pierre Noel Violet
stipple engraving printed in colours, published 1800
NPG D16112

Philip II, King of Spain, by Barlow, published by  John Stockdale, after  Boizet - NPG D24883

Philip II, King of Spain

by Barlow, published by John Stockdale, after Boizet
line engraving, published 30 July 1812
NPG D24883

Louis XV, King of France, by Frederick Bromley, published by  John Stockdale, after  Marie Louis Adélaide Boizot - NPG D15410

Louis XV, King of France

by Frederick Bromley, published by John Stockdale, after Marie Louis Adélaide Boizot
line engraving, published 30 July 1812
NPG D15410

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