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Sir John Borlase Warren

(1753-1822), Admiral

Sitter in 5 portraits

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John Bull taking a luncheon: - or - British cooks, cramming old grumble-gizzard, with bonne-chére, by James Gillray, published by  Hannah Humphrey - NPG D12661

John Bull taking a luncheon: - or - British cooks, cramming old grumble-gizzard, with bonne-chére

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 24 October 1798
NPG D12661

Sir John Borlase Warren, by James Fittler, published by  John Boydell, published by  Josiah Boydell, after  Mark Oates - NPG D37851

Sir John Borlase Warren

by James Fittler, published by John Boydell, published by Josiah Boydell, after Mark Oates
line engraving, published 1 October 1799
NPG D37851

Sir John Borlase Warren, by and published by Daniel Orme - NPG D14761

Sir John Borlase Warren

by and published by Daniel Orme
stipple engraving, published 29 November 1799
NPG D14761

Sir John Borlase Warren with a view of the victory off Ireland, by Henry James Richter, published by  George Riley, after  John Opie, after  William Anderson - NPG D37850

Sir John Borlase Warren with a view of the victory off Ireland

by Henry James Richter, published by George Riley, after John Opie, after William Anderson
line engraving, published April 1800
NPG D37850

Sir John Borlase Warren, by William Bond, by  William Bennett, published by  Sir George Naylor, after  Philip Francis Stephanoff - NPG D37853

Sir John Borlase Warren

by William Bond, by William Bennett, published by Sir George Naylor, after Philip Francis Stephanoff
aquatint, published January 1824
NPG D37853

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