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John Hoskins

(circa 1590-1665), Miniature painter

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 11 portraits
Little is known of the life of John Hoskins. From around 1634, he lived and worked as a miniaturist in London. In 1640, the king granted Hoskins an annuity of £200 for life, 'provided that he work not for any other without his Majesty's licence'.

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Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset, after John Hoskins - NPG 1114

Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset

after John Hoskins
oil on panel, (circa 1625-1630)
NPG 1114

Dudley North, 4th Baron North, by John Hoskins - NPG 6303

Dudley North, 4th Baron North

by John Hoskins
watercolour on vellum, circa 1628
NPG 6303

Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland, attributed to John Hoskins - NPG 6304

Lucius Cary, 2nd Viscount Falkland

attributed to John Hoskins
watercolour on vellum, 1630s
NPG 6304

King Charles I, by David Des Granges, after  John Hoskins - NPG 1924

King Charles I

by David Des Granges, after John Hoskins
watercolour on vellum, (circa 1645)
NPG 1924

Arthur Capel, 1st Baron Capel, probably after John Hoskins - NPG 6275

Arthur Capel, 1st Baron Capel

probably after John Hoskins
watercolour on vellum, (1647)
NPG 6275

Henry Capel, Baron Capel of Tewkesbury, by John Hoskins - NPG 5703

Henry Capel, Baron Capel of Tewkesbury

by John Hoskins
watercolour on vellum, circa 1655
NPG 5703

Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset, published by Silvester Harding, after  John Hoskins - NPG D25784

Robert Carr, Earl of Somerset

published by Silvester Harding, after John Hoskins
stipple engraving, published 1 January 1802
NPG D25784

John Hoskins, published by Silvester Harding, after  John Hoskins - NPG D30413

John Hoskins

published by Silvester Harding, after John Hoskins
stipple engraving, published 1802
NPG D30413

Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell), published by George Smeeton, after  John Hoskins - NPG D29179

Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell)

published by George Smeeton, after John Hoskins
line engraving, published 1814
NPG D29179

Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell), published by George Smeeton, after  John Hoskins - NPG D29181

Elizabeth Claypole (née Cromwell)

published by George Smeeton, after John Hoskins
stipple engraving, published 1 October 1814
NPG D29181

Mary (née Hawtrey), Lady Bankes, by Henry Bone, after  John Hoskins - NPG D17242

Mary (née Hawtrey), Lady Bankes

by Henry Bone, after John Hoskins
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1821
NPG D17242

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