John Bradley was a British-born American artist who was active in the New York area in the 1830s and 1840s. He is primarily known for his portrait paintings, which are held in several North American museum collections.
He should not be confused with John Bradley of Keighley, Yorkshire (1787–1844), British artist and drawing-master to the Brontës, or John Bradley of Pall Mall, London (1786-1843), a printmaker and portraitist.

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