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William Henry Egleton

(active 1833-1862), Engraver

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 26 portraits

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Robert Southey, by William Henry Egleton, after  John Opie - NPG D6814

Robert Southey

by William Henry Egleton, after John Opie
stipple and line engraving, published 1849
NPG D6814

Sir Charles James Napier, published by John Murray, after  William Henry Egleton - NPG D38461

Sir Charles James Napier

published by John Murray, after William Henry Egleton
stipple engraving, published 1857 (1798)
NPG D38461

Sir Charles James Napier, by William Henry Egleton, published by  John Murray, after  George Gammon Adams - NPG D38463

Sir Charles James Napier

by William Henry Egleton, published by John Murray, after George Gammon Adams
stipple engraving, 1857
NPG D38463

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier, by William Henry Egleton, published by  John Murray, after  George Gammon Adams - NPG D38468

Sir William Francis Patrick Napier

by William Henry Egleton, published by John Murray, after George Gammon Adams
stipple engraving, published 1857
NPG D38468

Gibbs Craufurd (Crawfurd), by William Henry Egleton, published by  Henry Graves, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D34228

Gibbs Craufurd (Crawfurd)

by William Henry Egleton, published by Henry Graves, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1866 (1769)
NPG D34228

Gibbs Craufurd (Crawfurd), by William Henry Egleton, published by  Henry Graves, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D15021

Gibbs Craufurd (Crawfurd)

by William Henry Egleton, published by Henry Graves, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1866 (1769)
NPG D15021

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