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Martin Droeshout (1601-1650?)

Artist associated with 21 portraits

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William Shakespeare

by Martin Droeshout
engraving, 1632 or 1663-1664
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D26586

Mountjoy Blount, 1st Earl of Newport

by Martin Droeshout, published by Thomas Jenner
line engraving, circa 1618-1628
NPG D26586

D43024

Mountjoy Blount, 1st Earl of Newport

by Martin Droeshout, published by Thomas Jenner
line engraving, circa 1618-1628
NPG D43024

D43025

Mountjoy Blount, 1st Earl of Newport

by Martin Droeshout, published by Thomas Jenner
line engraving, circa 1618-1628
NPG D43025

D25275

John Foxe

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1620s-1630s
NPG D25275

D25782

James Hamilton, 2nd Marquess of Hamilton

possibly by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1623
NPG D25782

D26718

John Howson

by Martin Droeshout, published by Sir Robert Peake
line engraving, published 1630s
NPG D26718

D19250

John Howson

by Martin Droeshout, published by William Peake
line engraving, published 1630s
NPG D19250

D28555

Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1631
NPG D28555

D26871

Alexander Henderson

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1632
NPG D26871

D16530

William Shakespeare

by Martin Droeshout, printed by Thomas Cotes, printed for Robert Allot
line engraving, 1632
NPG D16530

D25948

John Donne

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1633
NPG D25948

D28512

Jeffrey Hudson

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, published 1636
NPG D28512

D20257

John Foxe

by Sebastian Furck, published by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, published 1650
NPG D20257

D27947

William Shakespeare

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1685
NPG D27947

D26516

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham

published by William Richardson, after Martin Droeshout
line engraving, published 1810
NPG D26516

D16669

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham

after Martin Droeshout, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1810
NPG D16669

Ax9927

William Shakespeare

by William Walker & Sons, after Isaac Jaggard, and Edward Blount, after Martin Droeshout
albumen carte-de-visite, 1862-1866 (1623)
NPG Ax9927

D40738

William Shakespeare

by Martin Droeshout, printed by Isaac Jaggard, printed by Edward Blount
line engraving, 1623
NPG D40738

D40737

William Shakespeare

published by William Smith, after Martin Droeshout
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D40737

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