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Edward Pearce (circa 1635-1695), Sculptor

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 7 portraits
Edward Pierce was an architect and sculptor working in the building boom that followed the Restoration and the great fire of London. His practice included both architectural design and the execution of wood and stone ornamentation. He also had a reputation as a sculptor, although relatively few of these works have survived.

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2102

John Milton

after a bust attributed to Edward Pearce
plaster cast of bust, (circa 1660)
NPG 2102

1396

John Milton

by Horace Montford, after a bust attributed to Edward Pearce
plaster cast of bust, (circa 1660)
NPG 1396

438

Oliver Cromwell

after Edward Pearce
bronze bust, (circa 1672)
NPG 438

132

Oliver Cromwell

after a bust by Edward Pearce
terracotta bust, 19th century?
NPG 132

3087

Oliver Cromwell

probably after Edward Pearce
plaster cast of mask
NPG 3087

D2934

Sir Christopher Wren

by W. Wilson, after Edward Pearce
bronze medal, 1846
NPG D2934

D38836

John Milton

by George Vertue, after Jonathan Richardson, after a bust attributed to Edward Pearce
line engraving and etching, (circa 1660)
NPG D38836

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