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Enoch Seeman

(1694-1744), Painter

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 17 portraits
Enoch Seeman, painter, was brought to London by his Flemish father in 1704. From 1717 he enjoyed royal patronage, which was sustained until the late 1730. Seeman produced a considerable number of portraits over his lifetime.

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Sir Isaac Newton, studio of Enoch Seeman - NPG 558

Sir Isaac Newton

studio of Enoch Seeman
oil on canvas, circa 1726
NPG 558

Abraham Tucker, by Enoch Seeman - NPG 3942

Abraham Tucker

by Enoch Seeman
oil on canvas, feigned oval, 1739
On display on Floor 1: Saloon at Beningbrough Hall
NPG 3942

Humphrey Prideaux, by George Vertue, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D31464

Humphrey Prideaux

by George Vertue, after Enoch Seeman
line engraving, published 1716
NPG D31464

Joseph Wilcocks, by John Simon, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D8324

Joseph Wilcocks

by John Simon, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, 1721
NPG D8324

Enoch Seeman, by and published by John Faber Jr, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D4188

Enoch Seeman

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, 1727
NPG D4188

Enoch Seeman, by and published by John Faber Jr, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D20188

Enoch Seeman

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, 1727
NPG D20188

Joseph Wilcocks, by John Simon, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D4788

Joseph Wilcocks

by John Simon, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, published 1731
NPG D4788

Princess Mary of Hesse, by John Simon, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D10792

Princess Mary of Hesse

by John Simon, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, after 1740
NPG D10792

Princess Mary of Hesse, by John Simon, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D14092

Princess Mary of Hesse

by John Simon, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, after 1740
NPG D14092

Louisa, Queen of Denmark, by and published by John Simon, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D7962

Louisa, Queen of Denmark

by and published by John Simon, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, circa 1743-1750
NPG D7962

Sir Isaac Newton, by James Macardell, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D3725

Sir Isaac Newton

by James Macardell, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, 1760
NPG D3725

Francesca Cuzzoni, by James Caldwall, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D13887

Francesca Cuzzoni

by James Caldwall, after Enoch Seeman
etching, circa 1760-1790
NPG D13887

Sir Isaac Newton, by James Macardell, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D20304

Sir Isaac Newton

by James Macardell, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, 1760
NPG D20304

Abraham Tucker, by William Say, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D6989

Abraham Tucker

by William Say, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, published 1 July 1803 (1739)
NPG D6989

Abraham Tucker, by William Say, after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D6990

Abraham Tucker

by William Say, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, published 1 July 1803 (1739)
NPG D6990

Anne Villiers (née Egerton), Countess of Jersey, by Henry Bone, possibly after  Enoch Seeman - NPG D17204

Anne Villiers (née Egerton), Countess of Jersey

by Henry Bone, possibly after Enoch Seeman
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1823
NPG D17204

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Abraham Tucker

by William Say, after Enoch Seeman
mezzotint, published 1 July 1803 (1739)
NPG D13922

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