William Thomas Fry
William Thomas Fry (1789–1843) was an English engraver. He was extensively employed in his profession, and died in 1843. He occasionally exhibited his engravings at the Suffolk Street exhibition.
Fry worked chiefly in stipple. He engraved four portraits for Fisher, Son, & Co.'s National Portrait Gallery:
- Princess Charlotte, and the Earl of Liverpool, after Sir T. Lawrence;
- Admiral Earl Howe, after Gainsborough Dupont; and
- the Rev. Samuel Lee, after Richard Evans.
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