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George Perfect Harding

(1779 or 1780-1853), Portrait painter, copyist and antiquary

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 172 portraits
Miniature painter, copyist and a pioneer in the documentation of historical portraits.

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Sir Philip Stapleton, copy attributed to George Perfect Harding - NPG 2397

Sir Philip Stapleton

copy attributed to George Perfect Harding
watercolour
NPG 2397

Nim, possibly by George Perfect Harding - NPG D6528

Nim

possibly by George Perfect Harding
pen and ink, 1657
NPG D6528

Sir Francis Englefield, 3rd Bt, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D835

Sir Francis Englefield, 3rd Bt

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, (1661)
NPG D835

Sir Charles Cotterell, possibly by George Perfect Harding, probably after  John Riley - NPG D14318

Sir Charles Cotterell

possibly by George Perfect Harding, probably after John Riley
watercolour, (circa 1687)
NPG D14318

William Congreve, by George Perfect Harding, after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D19240

William Congreve

by George Perfect Harding, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
watercolour, (1709)
NPG D19240

Praise-God Barebone, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D28942

Praise-God Barebone

by George Perfect Harding
etching, late 18th century
NPG D28942

Christopher Anstey, by George Perfect Harding, after  William Hoare - NPG D5635

Christopher Anstey

by George Perfect Harding, after William Hoare
pencil after etching, (1778)
NPG D5635

Richard Gething, by George Perfect Harding, after  John Chantry - NPG D2169

Richard Gething

by George Perfect Harding, after John Chantry
pen and ink and sepia wash, 1799 (1652)
NPG D2169

Lady Hester Bowyer (née Aucher), after George Perfect Harding, after  Cornelius Johnson (Cornelius Janssen van Ceulen) - NPG D32027

Lady Hester Bowyer (née Aucher)

after George Perfect Harding, after Cornelius Johnson (Cornelius Janssen van Ceulen)
stipple engraving, early 19th century (1630-1640)
NPG D32027

King Charles I, by George Perfect Harding, published by  Edward Evans - NPG D26356

King Charles I

by George Perfect Harding, published by Edward Evans
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D26356

Sir Francis Willoughby, 1st Bt, probably by George Perfect Harding - NPG D27156

Sir Francis Willoughby, 1st Bt

probably by George Perfect Harding
ink and wash, early 19th century
NPG D27156

Lady Henrietta ('Harriett') Berkeley, by Henry Richard Cook, published by  Edward Evans, after  George Perfect Harding, after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D31001

Lady Henrietta ('Harriett') Berkeley

by Henry Richard Cook, published by Edward Evans, after George Perfect Harding, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D31001

John Gavan, probably by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown engraver - NPG D2166

John Gavan

probably by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown engraver
pen and ink and wash, early 19th century
NPG D2166

Paul Hood, possibly by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown artist - NPG D3334

Paul Hood

possibly by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, early 19th century
NPG D3334

John Howson, possibly by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown artist - NPG D3342

John Howson

possibly by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
watercolour, early 19th century
NPG D3342

Charles Churchill, by George Perfect Harding, after  John Giles Eccardt - NPG D5638

Charles Churchill

by George Perfect Harding, after John Giles Eccardt
pencil, (1750)
NPG D5638

John Cowper, probably by George Perfect Harding, after  Michael Tyson - NPG D5639

John Cowper

probably by George Perfect Harding, after Michael Tyson
pencil on tracing paper, early 19th century?
NPG D5639

André Lortie, probably by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown engraver - NPG D6502

André Lortie

probably by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown engraver
pen and ink and wash, early 19th century
NPG D6502

Josuah Moone, probably by George Perfect Harding, after  Robert White - NPG D6513

Josuah Moone

probably by George Perfect Harding, after Robert White
pen and ink and wash, early 19th century
NPG D6513

Henry Morse, probably by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown engraver - NPG D6519

Henry Morse

probably by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown engraver
pen and ink and wash, early 19th century
NPG D6519

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