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Thomas Lewis Atkinson

(1817-circa 1890), Engraver

Artist associated with 45 portraits

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Sir George Brown, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  Henry Graves - NPG D32216

Sir George Brown

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Henry Graves
mixed-method engraving, published 1859
NPG D32216

Imaginary portrait of Sir Isaac Newton as a child, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  William Schaus, after  Frederick Newenham - NPG D38747

Imaginary portrait of Sir Isaac Newton as a child

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by William Schaus, after Frederick Newenham
mezzotint, published 6 October 1859
NPG D38747

Mary Elizabeth Montresor when Lady Sondes, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D38922

Mary Elizabeth Montresor when Lady Sondes

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1862 (1789)
NPG D38922

Mary Elizabeth Montresor when Lady Sondes, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D38923

Mary Elizabeth Montresor when Lady Sondes

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1862 (1789)
NPG D38923

Jonathan Peel, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Sir Francis Grant - NPG D39584

Jonathan Peel

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir Francis Grant
mixed-method engraving, published 2 July 1866
NPG D39584

Sir Henry Foulis, 9th Bt, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  George Richmond - NPG D37769

Sir Henry Foulis, 9th Bt

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after George Richmond
mixed-method engraving, (1869)
NPG D37769

George Peabody, by and published by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  Henry William Pickersgill - NPG D39576

George Peabody

by and published by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Henry William Pickersgill
mixed-method engraving, published 1 January 1869 (1863)
NPG D39576

Robert Grosvenor, 1st Marquess of Westminster, incorrectly engraved as Richard, 1st Earl Grosvenor, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D34990

Robert Grosvenor, 1st Marquess of Westminster, incorrectly engraved as Richard, 1st Earl Grosvenor

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 1870 (1785-1788)
NPG D34990

Edward Ellice, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  George Richmond - NPG D36155

Edward Ellice

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after George Richmond
mezzotint, 1870s-1880s
NPG D36155

Edward Ellice, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  George Richmond - NPG D36156

Edward Ellice

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after George Richmond
mezzotint, 1870s-1880s
NPG D36156

Sarah Siddons (née Kemble), by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D41675

Sarah Siddons (née Kemble)

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 1870 (1785)
NPG D41675

Georgiana Cavendish (née Spencer), Duchess of Devonshire, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D1756

Georgiana Cavendish (née Spencer), Duchess of Devonshire

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 1870
NPG D1756

Sarah Siddons (née Kemble), by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves, after  Thomas Gainsborough - NPG D14661

Sarah Siddons (née Kemble)

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves, after Thomas Gainsborough
mezzotint, published 1870
NPG D14661

Sir Alexander James Edmund Cockburn, 12th Bt, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson - NPG D33693

Sir Alexander James Edmund Cockburn, 12th Bt

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson
mezzotint, published 1871
NPG D33693

James Wellwood Moncreiff, 1st Baron Moncreiff of Tulliebole, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Sir Daniel Macnee - NPG D38862

James Wellwood Moncreiff, 1st Baron Moncreiff of Tulliebole

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir Daniel Macnee
mezzotint, published 2 September 1872
NPG D38862

Frederick Charles Plumptre, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  James Ryman, after  Eden Upton Eddis - NPG D40281

Frederick Charles Plumptre

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by James Ryman, after Eden Upton Eddis
mezzotint, published 1 May 1873
NPG D40281

Frederick Charles Plumptre, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  James Ryman, after  Eden Upton Eddis - NPG D40282

Frederick Charles Plumptre

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by James Ryman, after Eden Upton Eddis
mezzotint, published 1 May 1873
NPG D40282

Frederick Charles Plumptre, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, and published by  James Ryman, after  Eden Upton Eddis - NPG D40283

Frederick Charles Plumptre

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, and published by James Ryman, after Eden Upton Eddis
mezzotint, published 1 May 1873
NPG D40283

Joseph Pease, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co - NPG D39582

Joseph Pease

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co
mixed-method engraving, published 18 December 1874
NPG D39582

Samuel Robert Graves, by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  William Menzies Tweedie - NPG D34891

Samuel Robert Graves

by Thomas Lewis Atkinson, published by Henry Graves & Co, after William Menzies Tweedie
mezzotint, published June 1875
NPG D34891

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