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Joseph Robins

(active 1799-1860)

Artist associated with 35 portraits

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François Auguste René, vicomte de Chateaubriand, by Robert Cooper, published by  Joseph Robins, after  Anne Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson - NPG D15918

François Auguste René, vicomte de Chateaubriand

by Robert Cooper, published by Joseph Robins, after Anne Louis Girodet de Roucy Trioson
stipple and line engraving, published 1 March 1823
NPG D15918

'Dinner Dress', 1832, published by Joseph Robins, probably published in  The Parisian Gem of Fashion - NPG D47665

'Dinner Dress', 1832

published by Joseph Robins, probably published in The Parisian Gem of Fashion
hand-coloured etching, probably published 1832
NPG D47665

'Evening Dress', September 1832, probably published by Joseph Robins, probably published in  The Parisian Gem of Fashion - NPG D47666

'Evening Dress', September 1832

probably published by Joseph Robins, probably published in The Parisian Gem of Fashion
hand-coloured etching, published September 1832
NPG D47666

'Ball Dress', November 1832, probably published by Joseph Robins, probably published in  The Parisian Gem of Fashion - NPG D47667

'Ball Dress', November 1832

probably published by Joseph Robins, probably published in The Parisian Gem of Fashion
hand-coloured etching, published November 1832
NPG D47667

'London Walking Dress', August 1835, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47675

'London Walking Dress', August 1835

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published August 1835
NPG D47675

'London Carriage Dress', January 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47683

'London Carriage Dress', January 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published January 1836
NPG D47683

'London Evening Dress', January 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47703

'London Evening Dress', January 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published January 1836
NPG D47703

'London Evening Dress', February 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47694

'London Evening Dress', February 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published February 1836
NPG D47694

'London Walking Dress', February 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47681

'London Walking Dress', February 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published February 1836
NPG D47681

'Paris Carriage Dress', February 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47688

'Paris Carriage Dress', February 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published February 1836
NPG D47688

'Paris Ball Dress', February 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47696

'Paris Ball Dress', February 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published February 1836
NPG D47696

'London Walking Dress', April 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47689

'London Walking Dress', April 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published April 1836
NPG D47689

'London Evening Dress', April 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47693

'London Evening Dress', April 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published April 1836
NPG D47693

'Paris Evening Dress', April 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47710

'Paris Evening Dress', April 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published April 1836
NPG D47710

'Paris Ball Dress', March 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47709

'Paris Ball Dress', March 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published March 1836
NPG D47709

'Paris Evening Dress', March 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47698

'Paris Evening Dress', March 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published March 1836
NPG D47698

'London Morning Dress', May 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47685

'London Morning Dress', May 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published May 1836
NPG D47685

'London Evening Dress', May 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47699

'London Evening Dress', May 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published May 1836
NPG D47699

'Paris Carriage Dress', May 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47684

'Paris Carriage Dress', May 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published May 1836
NPG D47684

'London Evening Dress', June 1836, published by Joseph Robins, published in  The Ladies' Pocket Magazine - NPG D47700

'London Evening Dress', June 1836

published by Joseph Robins, published in The Ladies' Pocket Magazine
hand-coloured etching, published June 1836
NPG D47700

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