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Gerard Johnson (active 1616-1623), Sculptor
Artist associated with 12 portraits
Gerard Johnson was a sculptor who worked in Jacboean England and who is thought to have created Shakespeare's funerary monument. His father, also called Gerard Johnson, came to England in 1567 from Holland. He established himself as a monumental sculptor in London, and his son followed on in his footsteps.
by George Vertue, after Gerard Johnson
line engraving, circa 1700-1750 (circa 1620)
after Gerard Johnson
line engraving, published 1709 (circa 1620)