Portrait of George Graham (1673-1751) John Faber the Younger
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Portrait of George Graham (1673-1751)
Three-quarter length seated portrait of George Graham. Graham sits facing viewer, his left arm resting on a table and right hand holding a hat and gloves in his lap. Inscribed below: 'T. Hudson pinx. J Faber fecit.'; 'George Graham CLOCK MAKER Done from the original picture in the possession of the Right Hon.ble GEORGE EARL of MACCLESFIELD, &c' George Graham was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1721.
Original: mezzotint. ca. 1740
- Image reference: RS-5428
- The Royal Society
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