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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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Richard Deane, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D18904

Richard Deane

by George Perfect Harding
watercolour, early 19th century
NPG D18904

Henry Robinson, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D25910

Henry Robinson

by George Perfect Harding
ink and wash, 1801
NPG D25910

Frances, Countess of Somerset, by George Perfect Harding, after  Isaac Oliver - NPG D28099

Frances, Countess of Somerset

by George Perfect Harding, after Isaac Oliver
stipple engraving, published 1802
NPG D28099

Jane (née Bickerton), Duchess of Norfolk, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D1169

Jane (née Bickerton), Duchess of Norfolk

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1169

Margaret Cavendish Bentinck (née Harley), Duchess of Portland, by George Perfect Harding, after  John Michael Rysbrack - NPG D1170

Margaret Cavendish Bentinck (née Harley), Duchess of Portland

by George Perfect Harding, after John Michael Rysbrack
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1170

John Rennie Sr, by George Perfect Harding, after  Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey - NPG D1171

John Rennie Sr

by George Perfect Harding, after Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1171

Jonathan Richardson Jr, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D1172

Jonathan Richardson Jr

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1172

Henry Wilmot, 1st Earl of Rochester, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D1173

Henry Wilmot, 1st Earl of Rochester

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1173

Matilda, Duchess of Saxony and Bavaria, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D1174

Matilda, Duchess of Saxony and Bavaria

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1174

Daniel Whistler, by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown artist - NPG D1175

Daniel Whistler

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown artist
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1175

Sir Francis Windebank, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D1176

Sir Francis Windebank

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1176

Thomas Wogan, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D1177

Thomas Wogan

by George Perfect Harding
pencil, 1802-1853
NPG D1177

Elizabeth (Stuart), Countess of Arundel, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D12

Elizabeth (Stuart), Countess of Arundel

by George Perfect Harding
pen and wash, 1802-1853
NPG D12

Abraham Woofe, possibly by George Perfect Harding - NPG D168

Abraham Woofe

possibly by George Perfect Harding
pen and ink and wash, 1802-1853
NPG D168

Henry Somerset, 3rd Duke of Beaufort, by George Perfect Harding, after  William Hoare - NPG D177

Henry Somerset, 3rd Duke of Beaufort

by George Perfect Harding, after William Hoare
pencil after etching, early 19th century
NPG D177

John Bradshaw, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D5637

John Bradshaw

by George Perfect Harding
pencil and wash, 1802-1853
NPG D5637

Thomas Orme, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D5749

Thomas Orme

by George Perfect Harding
pen and ink and wash, 1802-1853
NPG D5749

Sir Thomas More, by George Perfect Harding - NPG D6516

Sir Thomas More

by George Perfect Harding
pen and ink and wash, 1802-1853
NPG D6516

Sir John Nisbet, by George Perfect Harding, after  David Paton - NPG D6529

Sir John Nisbet

by George Perfect Harding, after David Paton
pen and ink and wash, 1802-1853
NPG D6529

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