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Sir Rowland Hill, engraved by W.H. Mote, from The National Portrait Gallery, Volume IV, published c.1820

by (after) Pickersgill, Henry William

Sir Rowland Hill, engraved by W.H. Mote, from The National Portrait Gallery, Volume IV, published c.1820 - (after) Pickersgill, Henry William
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Sir Rowland Hill, engraved by W.H. Mote, from The National Portrait Gallery, Volume IV, published c.1820 - (after) Pickersgill, Henry William

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English: "Sir Rowland Hill, engraved by W.H. Mote, from The National Portrait Gallery, Volume IV, published c.1820" oil on Canvas.
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