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Richard Gaywood (active 1644-1668)

Artist associated with 96 portraits
Printmaker Richard Gaywood trained under Wenzel Hollar and later collaborated with Francis Barlow for over fifteen years. He was the most prolific etcher working for the London print trade in the years between the beginning of the civil wars and the Restoration, but he is remembered for the quantity rather than the quality of his work. Although Gaywood published a few plates himself, much of what he produced was made for the publisher Peter Stent.

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60

William Harvey

possibly after Richard Gaywood
oil on canvas, (circa 1649)
NPG 60

274

Edward Cocker

after a print by Richard Gaywood
oil on canvas, feigned oval, (1657)
NPG 274

D25051

Mary, Queen of Scots

possibly by Richard Gaywood
etching, 17th century
NPG D25051

D24342

Hans Holbein the Younger

by Richard Gaywood, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, probably mid 17th century
NPG D24342

D26120

William Fairfax, 3rd Viscount Fairfax of Emley

by Richard Gaywood
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26120

D26329

King Charles I

by Richard Gaywood
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D26329

D26598

Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford

possibly by Richard Gaywood, published by Peter Stent
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26598

D26850

Jeremiah Burroughes (Burroughs)

by Richard Gaywood, published by Peter Stent
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D26850

D26957

Sir George Croke

by Richard Gaywood
etching, mid to late 17th century
NPG D26957

D28481

Mary (née Ruthven), Lady van Dyck

by Richard Gaywood, after Sir Anthony van Dyck, published by Peter Stent
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D28481

D28577

Charles X, King of Sweden

by Richard Gaywood, published by Peter Stent
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D28577

D28650

King Charles II

by Richard Gaywood, after Adriaen Hanneman
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D28650

D28833

John Trapp

after Richard Gaywood
line engraving, mid to late 17th century
NPG D28833

D29476

Henry Somerset, 1st Duke of Beaufort

possibly by Richard Gaywood, published by Peter Stent
etching and line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D29476

D30223

William Leybourn

by Richard Gaywood
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D30223

D30457

Edward Cocker

by Richard Gaywood, after Unknown artist
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D30457

D28344

Inigo Jones

by Richard Gaywood, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching, mid 17th century (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D28344

D23243

Christina, Queen of Sweden

by Richard Gaywood, published by Peter Stent, after David Beck
etching, circa 1644-1654
NPG D23243

D28579

Christina, Queen of Sweden

by Richard Gaywood, published by Peter Stent
etching, circa 1644-1654
NPG D28579

D9594

Pietro Aretino

probably by Richard Gaywood, after Wenceslaus Hollar, after Titian
etching, 1647 or after
NPG D9594

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