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Thomas Stothard

(1755-1834), Painter and illustrator

Sitter in 14 portraits
Artist associated with 34 portraits

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Boudicca, or Boadicea, by William Sharp, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D31829

Boudicca, or Boadicea

by William Sharp, after Thomas Stothard
line engraving, 1812
NPG D31829

John Ferriar, by Gaetano Stefano Bartolozzi, published by  T. Cadell & W. Davies, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D36697

John Ferriar

by Gaetano Stefano Bartolozzi, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after Thomas Stothard
stipple engraving, published 16 November 1815
NPG D36697

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by  McQueen & Co - NPG D37611

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by McQueen & Co
etching, published 1 September 1820
NPG D37611

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by  McQueen & Co - NPG D37612

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by McQueen & Co
etching, published 1 September 1820
NPG D37612

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by  McQueen & Co - NPG D37613

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by McQueen & Co
etching, published 1 September 1820
NPG D37613

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by  McQueen & Co - NPG D37614

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by McQueen & Co
etching, published 1 September 1820
NPG D37614

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by  McQueen & Co - NPG D37615

Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington

by and published by Thomas Stothard, printed by McQueen & Co
etching, published 1 September 1820
NPG D37615

A Tribute of Respect to his late Majesty King George the Third, by G. Murray, by  W. Morrison, published by  Robert Bowyer, after  Thomas Stothard, after  James Stephanoff - NPG D33165

A Tribute of Respect to his late Majesty King George the Third

by G. Murray, by W. Morrison, published by Robert Bowyer, after Thomas Stothard, after James Stephanoff
stipple and line engraving, published 1822
NPG D33165

William Shakespeare's interview with Queen Elizabeth I, by William Ensom, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D41664

William Shakespeare's interview with Queen Elizabeth I

by William Ensom, after Thomas Stothard
etching and line engraving, 1828
NPG D41664

The Death of General Sir Ralph Abercromby, K.B., by Francis Legat, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D11101

The Death of General Sir Ralph Abercromby, K.B.

by Francis Legat, after Thomas Stothard
line engraving, published 1805 (reissued 1828)
NPG D11101

Stothard's admired picture of

Stothard's admired picture of "The Procession of the Flitch of Bacon". Somewhat Metamorphosed!

by John ('HB') Doyle, published by Thomas McLean, printed by General Lithographic Establishment, after Thomas Stothard
lithograph, published 11 February 1841
NPG D33637

Stothard's admired picture of

Stothard's admired picture of "The Procession of the Flitch of Bacon". Somewhat Metamorphosed!

by John ('HB') Doyle, published by Thomas McLean, printed by General Lithographic Establishment, after Thomas Stothard
lithograph, published 11 February 1841
NPG D41603

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Warren Hastings

by and published by William Bromley, after Thomas Stothard
line engraving, published 29 June 1797
NPG D19552

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