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Adriaen Hanneman (1601?-1671?), Portrait painter

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 32 portraits
Adriaen Hanneman was a Dutch painter best known for his portraits of the exiled British royal court. His style was strongly influenced by his contemporary, van Dyck. Born in The Hague, Hanneman studied under portrait artist Anthony van Ravestyn. He worked in England from around 1626-1638, when he returned to The Hague. From the late 1640s onwards large numbers of exiled royalists began to settle in the Netherlands. Hanneman painted the portraits of some of the key figures of the period, including Charles II, when still Prince of Wales.

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2120

William Hamilton, 2nd Duke of Hamilton

after Adriaen Hanneman
oil on canvas, 1625-1650
NPG 2120

6276

King Charles II

by David Des Granges, after Adriaen Hanneman
watercolour on vellum, (circa 1648)
On display in Room 5 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 6276

1499

King Charles II

after Adriaen Hanneman
oil on canvas, (circa 1648)
NPG 1499

773

Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon

after Adriaen Hanneman
oil on canvas, octagonal, (circa 1648-1655)
NPG 773

D28650

King Charles II

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

D28915

Sir Edward Nicholas

by A. Hertochs (Hertocks), possibly after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, mid to late 17th century
NPG D28915

D18459

King Charles II

after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, (circa 1648)
NPG D18459

D18460

King Charles II

after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, (circa 1648)
NPG D18460

D18496

King Charles II

after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, (circa 1648)
NPG D18496

D22869

John Mordaunt, 1st Viscount Mordaunt of Avalon

by William Faithorne, after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, 1660s (1648)
NPG D22869

D16947

King William III

by Lerch, after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, 1660s
NPG D16947

D16538

Probably Charles Stanley, 8th Earl of Derby

by Edward Davis (Le Davis), after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, published 1679
NPG D16538

D16539

Probably Charles Stanley, 8th Earl of Derby

by Edward Davis (Le Davis), after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, published 1679
NPG D16539

D16540

Probably Charles Stanley, 8th Earl of Derby

by Edward Davis (Le Davis), after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, published 1679
NPG D16540

D26431

Mary, Princess of Orange

by William Faithorne Jr, after Adriaen Hanneman
mezzotint, circa 1680 (1660)
NPG D26431

D10636

Mary, Princess of Orange

by William Faithorne Jr, after Adriaen Hanneman
mezzotint, circa 1680 (1660)
NPG D10636

D19568

Mary, Princess of Orange

by William Faithorne Jr, published by Robert Sayer, after Adriaen Hanneman
mezzotint, circa 1680 (1660)
NPG D19568

D7874

Mary, Princess of Orange

by William Faithorne Jr, after Adriaen Hanneman
mezzotint, circa 1680 (1660)
NPG D7874

D29801

Sir Edward Nicholas

possibly by George Vertue, after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, published 1713
NPG D29801

D29807

Sir Edward Nicholas

possibly by George Vertue, after Adriaen Hanneman
line engraving, published 1713
NPG D29807

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