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Abraham van Blyenberch (1575 or 1576-1624)

Artist associated with 15 portraits
Abraham van Blyenberch was a Flemish painter. From about 1617 until the early 1620s, he worked as a painter in London. Blyenberch painted portraits of a number of members of James I's court including the Prince of Wales, later Charles I, the Lord Chamberlain, the Earl of Pembroke and, most famously, Ben Jonson. Blyenberch returned to Antwerp in 1621 or 1622.

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Benjamin Jonson

by Abraham van Blyenberch
oil on canvas, circa 1617
On display in Room 4 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2752

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Benjamin Jonson

after Abraham van Blyenberch
oil on panel, probably early 19th century (circa 1617)
NPG 363

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Benjamin Jonson

by George Vertue, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
line engraving, 1711 (circa 1617)
NPG D27954

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Benjamin Jonson

by George Vertue, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
line engraving, 1711 (circa 1617)
NPG D36738

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Benjamin Jonson

by George Vertue, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
line engraving, 1711 (circa 1617)
NPG D4474

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Benjamin Jonson

by George Vertue, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
line engraving, 1711 (circa 1617)
NPG D19205

D27838

William Drummond of Hawthornden

by John Finlayson, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, published 1 June 1766
NPG D27838

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William Drummond of Hawthornden

by John Finlayson, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, published 1 June 1766
NPG D35400

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William Drummond of Hawthornden

by John Finlayson, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, published 1 June 1766
NPG D35584

D1798

William Drummond of Hawthornden

by John Finlayson, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, published 1 June 1766
NPG D1798

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William Drummond of Hawthornden

by John Finlayson, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, published 1 June 1766
NPG D5633

D27951

Benjamin Jonson

after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
line engraving, possibly late 18th century (circa 1617)
NPG D27951

D27950

Benjamin Jonson

published by Robert Sayer, published by John Bennett, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, circa 1774-1785 (circa 1617)
NPG D27950

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Benjamin Jonson

published by Robert Sayer, published by John Bennett, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
mezzotint, circa 1774-1785 (circa 1617)
NPG D3191

D17163

Benjamin Jonson

by Henry Bone, after Gerrit van Honthorst, after Abraham van Blyenberch
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, March 1814 (circa 1617)
NPG D17163

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