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File:Portrait of David Ricardo by Thomas Phillips.jpg

Title David Ricardo
Date circa 1821
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 36 1/8 in. x 28 in. (917 mm x 710 mm)
English: National Portrait Gallery
English: London
Accession number NPG L241
English: Portrait of the British economist David Ricardo, by Thomas Phillips. Oil on canvas, circa 1821. 36 1/8 in. x 28 in. (917 mm x 710 mm). Lent to the National portrait gallery by Christopher Ricardo, 2007. This painting shows Ricardo, aged 49 in 1821, just two years before his relatively early death.

National Portrait Gallery, London: NPG L241

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