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Prince James Francis Edward Stuart and his family by various engravers, circa 1685-18th century


42 Portraits in set

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Ranald MacDonald, by W. Robertson - NPG D34724

Ranald MacDonald

by W. Robertson
line engraving, 18th century
NPG D34724

Unknown sitter, after Unknown artist - NPG D34730

Unknown sitter

after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1700-1710
NPG D34730

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, by and published by Simeon Thomassin - NPG D34708

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart

by and published by Simeon Thomassin
line engraving, 1702
NPG D34708

Queen Anne and an unknown boy, by and published by Jacob Gole, after  Unknown artist - NPG D34728

Queen Anne and an unknown boy

by and published by Jacob Gole, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1702-1710
NPG D34728

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, by Johann Ulrich Kraus, after  Unknown artist - NPG D34710

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart

by Johann Ulrich Kraus, after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1710-1719
NPG D34710

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, by François Chéreau the Elder, after  Alexis Simon Belle - NPG D34699

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart

by François Chéreau the Elder, after Alexis Simon Belle
line engraving, 1712
NPG D34699

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, by François Chéreau the Elder, after  Alexis Simon Belle - NPG D34700

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart

by François Chéreau the Elder, after Alexis Simon Belle
line engraving, 1712
NPG D34700

Maria Clementina Sobieska, by John Faber Jr, after  Francesco Trevisani - NPG D34727

Maria Clementina Sobieska

by John Faber Jr, after Francesco Trevisani
mezzotint, 1720s-1730s
NPG D34727

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, by Nicolas Etienne Edelinck, after  Antonio David - NPG D34707

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

by Nicolas Etienne Edelinck, after Antonio David
line engraving, 1726
NPG D34707

Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York, after Antonio David - NPG D34701

Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York

after Antonio David
line engraving, 1730s (circa 1729-1732)
NPG D34701

Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York, by John Simon, after  Antonio David - NPG D34713

Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York

by John Simon, after Antonio David
mezzotint, 1730s (circa 1729-1732)
NPG D34713

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart, by Nathaniel Parr, after  Unknown artist - NPG D34733

Princess Louisa Maria Theresa Stuart

by Nathaniel Parr, after Unknown artist
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D34733

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, after Unknown artist - NPG D34705

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1733
NPG D34705

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, after Unknown artist - NPG D34709

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

after Unknown artist
etching, circa 1735-1750
NPG D34709

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart, by Andrew Miller, after  Edward Lutterell (Luttrell) - NPG D34697

Prince James Francis Edward Stuart

by Andrew Miller, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
mezzotint, 1737
NPG D34697

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, by Louis Surugue, after  Domenico Duprà - NPG D34703

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

by Louis Surugue, after Domenico Duprà
mezzotint, (1740)
NPG D34703

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, after Unknown artist - NPG D34711

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1740s
NPG D34711

Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York, by Johan Georg Wille (Will), after  Unknown artist - NPG D34725

Henry Benedict Maria Clement Stuart, Cardinal York

by Johan Georg Wille (Will), after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1740s?
NPG D34725

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, by Louis Surugue, after  Unknown artist - NPG D34704

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

by Louis Surugue, after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1745-1760
NPG D34704

Prince Charles Edward Stuart, probably after Sir Robert Strange - NPG D34706

Prince Charles Edward Stuart

probably after Sir Robert Strange
mezzotint, (1745)
NPG D34706