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Thomas Bowles Jr

(1689 or 1690?-1767), Printseller and publisher

Artist associated with 36 portraits

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Sir William Rowley, by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by  Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by  John Bowles, after  Claude Arnulphy - NPG D39905

Sir William Rowley

by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by John Bowles, after Claude Arnulphy
mezzotint, 1745 (1743)
NPG D39905

Sir William Rowley, by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by  Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by  John Bowles, after  Claude Arnulphy - NPG D4109

Sir William Rowley

by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by John Bowles, after Claude Arnulphy
mezzotint, 1745 (1743)
NPG D4109

Henry Medley, by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by  Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by  John Bowles, after  John Ellys - NPG D5672

Henry Medley

by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by John Bowles, after John Ellys
mezzotint, 1745
NPG D5672

Henry Medley, by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by  Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by  John Bowles, after  John Ellys - NPG D19767

Henry Medley

by and sold by John Faber Jr, sold by Thomas Bowles Jr, sold by John Bowles, after John Ellys
mezzotint, 1745
NPG D19767

King William III, by and published by Bernard Baron, and published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, and published by  John Bowles, after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D32768

King William III

by and published by Bernard Baron, and published by Thomas Bowles Jr, and published by John Bowles, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
line engraving, published 1746
NPG D32768

Thomas Herring, by John Faber Jr, published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, published by  John Bowles, published by  Carington Bowles, probably after  Thomas Hudson - NPG D35720

Thomas Herring

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles, published by Carington Bowles, probably after Thomas Hudson
mezzotint, before 1763 (circa 1748)
NPG D35720

Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, by Gerhard Bockman, printed by  Thomas Bowles Jr, printed by  John Bowles, after  Michael Dahl - NPG D35413

Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke

by Gerhard Bockman, printed by Thomas Bowles Jr, printed by John Bowles, after Michael Dahl
mezzotint, circa 1750-1768
NPG D35413

Thomas Otway, printed for Thomas Bowles Jr, and printed for  John Bowles, after  Sir Peter Lely - NPG D19221

Thomas Otway

printed for Thomas Bowles Jr, and printed for John Bowles, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, published circa 1750-1760
NPG D19221

King George III when Prince of Wales, by John Faber Jr, printed for  Thomas Bowles Jr, printed for  John Bowles, printed for  Carington Bowles, after  Richard Wilson - NPG D7992

King George III when Prince of Wales

by John Faber Jr, printed for Thomas Bowles Jr, printed for John Bowles, printed for Carington Bowles, after Richard Wilson
mezzotint, 1751
NPG D7992

Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, by John Faber Jr, published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, published by  John Bowles, published by  Carington Bowles, after  Thomas Hudson - NPG D35415

Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles, published by Carington Bowles, after Thomas Hudson
mezzotint, 1753-1763
NPG D35415

Mary Howard, by John Faber Jr, published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, published by  John Bowles, published by  Carington Bowles, after  Gabriel Mathias - NPG D36018

Mary Howard

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles, published by Carington Bowles, after Gabriel Mathias
mezzotint, probably circa 1753-1756 (circa 1736-1756)
NPG D36018

William Wollaston, by John Faber Jr, published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, published by  John Bowles, after  Unknown artist - NPG D4860

William Wollaston

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, published circa 1753-1763
NPG D4860

Elizabeth Canning, by Louis Philippe Boitard, published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, published by  John Bowles - NPG D19865

Elizabeth Canning

by Louis Philippe Boitard, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles
line engraving, published 27 May 1754
NPG D19865

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Samuel Clarke

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles
mezzotint, circa 1725-1750
NPG D19533

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Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, circa 1725-1750
NPG D20024

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Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales; Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

published by John Bowles, published by Thomas Bowles Jr
mezzotint, circa 1740-1780
NPG D19037

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Charles Brenner

09 March 2019, 02:25

His office was 'near the Chapter House' of St. Pauls Cathedral. See "House of Lords Journal Volume 22: November 1724." Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 22, 1722-1726. London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1767-1830. 343-361. British History Online. Web. 9 March 2019.

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