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Sir George Hayter (1792-1871)

Aliases: George Hayter; Georges Hayter

Professions: Portrait painter; Historical-scenes painter; Miniature painter; Painter; Sculptor

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  • SIR GEORGE HAYTER 1792-1871 PORTRAIT OF THE HON. CHARLOTTE STUART AND THE HON. LOUISA STUART,

  • Sir George Hayter (1792-1871)

  • * SIR GEORGE HAYTER LONDON 1792-1871

  • Sir George Hayter Londres, 1792 - 1871 Le Grand Tour : premier voyage de Hayter en Italie 1816-1818 Dessins du voyage collés dans un...

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  • Circle of George Hayter [1792-1871]- The Connoisse, Sir George Hayter, £160 Register to bid

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  • SIR GEORGE HAYTER (BRITISH 1792-1871) FULL LENGTH PORTRAIT OF QUEEN VICTORIA IN CORONATION ROBES 127cm x 95cm (50in x 37.5in), Sir George Hayter, Click for value View Details
  • Sir George Hayter (1792-1871), Sir George Hayter, Click for value View Details
  • SIR GEORGE HAYTER, 1792-1871 PORTRAIT OF ROBERT LAWRENCE PEMBERTON OF BAINBRIDGE HOUSE WITH HIS, Sir George Hayter, Click for value View Details
  • Sir George Hayter (1792-1871), Sir George Hayter, Click for value View Details
  • w - SIR GEORGE HAYTER, LONDON 1792-1871, Sir George Hayter, Click for value View Details
  • Sir George Hayter (British, 1792-1871) James Ramsey Cuthbert (c.1776-1821), wearing gold doublet trimmed with braid, white lace falling collar and cuffs, the sleeves slashed to reveal white satin beneath, a black cloak lined with red around his, Sir George Hayter, Click for value View Details

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