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John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller)

(1715-1792), Engraver and botanist

Artist associated with 34 portraits

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George Byng, 1st Viscount Torrington, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D27530

George Byng, 1st Viscount Torrington

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
line engraving, 1757
NPG D27530

Thomas Cumming, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after  Unknown artist - NPG D5112

Thomas Cumming

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1757
NPG D5112

Isaac Oliver, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after  Isaac Oliver - NPG D25561

Isaac Oliver

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after Isaac Oliver
line engraving, 1762
NPG D25561

John Wilkes, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), published by  Carington Bowles - NPG D37521

John Wilkes

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), published by Carington Bowles
line engraving, published 1763
NPG D37521

John Wilkes, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller) - NPG D8329

John Wilkes

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller)
line engraving, published 1763
NPG D8329

John Wilkes, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), published by  Carington Bowles - NPG D14332

John Wilkes

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), published by Carington Bowles
line engraving, published 1763
NPG D14332

James Boswell in dress of Corsican chief, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after  Samuel Wale - NPG D5416

James Boswell in dress of Corsican chief

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after Samuel Wale
line engraving, published 1769
NPG D5416

David Garrick; William Shakespeare, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller) - NPG D20571

David Garrick; William Shakespeare

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller)
stipple engraving, published 1769
NPG D20571

John MIlton, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after  William Faithorne - NPG D30115

John MIlton

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1770
NPG D30115

Arthur Onslow, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after  Hans Hysing - NPG D13942

Arthur Onslow

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after Hans Hysing
line engraving, circa 1775-1800
NPG D13942

Gaetano Apoline Balthazar Vestris, by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller) - NPG D14464

Gaetano Apoline Balthazar Vestris

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller)
line engraving, published 1781
NPG D14464

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Augusta of Saxe-Gotha, Princess of Wales

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller), after Jean Baptiste van Loo
line engraving, published 4 July 1744
NPG D19821

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John Wilkes

by John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller)
line engraving, published 1763
NPG D8328

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Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn

by Thomas Cheesman, published by Edward Harding, after John Sebastian Miller (formerly Johann Sebastian Müller)
stipple engraving, published 19 May 1806
NPG D19261

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