John Wilkes after Richard Houston.jpg

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anonymous: John Glynn, John Wilkes and John Horne Tooke   wikidata:Q28047769 
Artist anonymous: John Glynn, John Wilkes and John Horne Tooke
Unknown; after Richard Houston (died 1775)
Object type painting
Cropped detail from John Glynn, John Wilkes and John Horne Tooke, after Richard Houston (died 1775), given to the National Portrait Gallery, London in 1922. See source website for additional information.
Date 1769
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 52.7 cm (20.7 in); Width: 75.6 cm (29.7 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,+52.7U174728;P2049,+75.6U174728
Accession number
NPG 1944
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NPG 1944

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