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Joseph Slater

(circa 1779-1837), Painter and draughtsman

Artist associated with 127 portraits
Joseph Slater began his career as a portrait painter in London, exhibiting his first picture at the Royal Academy in 1803. From that time onwards, he exhibited portraits regularly at the R.A. He was limner (engraver) to the Grillion Club. Slater worked principally in pencil, crayons and watercolour. He was the brother of the engravers Isaac Slater and John Slater.

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Alan Legge Gardner, 3rd Baron Gardner, by William Sharp, after  Joseph Slater - NPG D34279

Alan Legge Gardner, 3rd Baron Gardner

by William Sharp, after Joseph Slater
lithograph, published 1835
NPG D34279

Jane Elizabeth, Countess of Ellenborough, by and published by Isaac Ware Slater, printed by  Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by  Joseph Dickinson, published by and after  Joseph Slater - NPG D36146

Jane Elizabeth, Countess of Ellenborough

by and published by Isaac Ware Slater, printed by Charles Joseph Hullmandel, published by Joseph Dickinson, published by and after Joseph Slater
lithograph, 1836 or before
NPG D36146

William Hulton, by Richard James Lane, after  Joseph Slater - NPG D21937

William Hulton

by Richard James Lane, after Joseph Slater
lithograph, 1839
NPG D21937

William Hulton, by Richard James Lane, after  Joseph Slater - NPG D22237

William Hulton

by Richard James Lane, after Joseph Slater
lithograph, 1839
On display in the Room 18 pastel case at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG D22237

Marcia Emma Georgiana (née Arbuthnot), Marchioness of Cholmondeley, by Richard James Lane, after  Joseph Slater - NPG D22359

Marcia Emma Georgiana (née Arbuthnot), Marchioness of Cholmondeley

by Richard James Lane, after Joseph Slater
lithograph, 1857 (1832)
NPG D22359

Charles Rivington, by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, after  Joseph Slater - NPG D39777

Charles Rivington

by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, after Joseph Slater
stipple engraving, published 1864 (circa 1830)
NPG D39777

John William Ward, 1st Earl of Dudley, by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, after  Joseph Slater - NPG D2287

John William Ward, 1st Earl of Dudley

by Frederick Christian Lewis Sr, after Joseph Slater
stipple engraving
NPG D2287

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