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Peter van Bleeck

(1697-1764)

Artist associated with 20 portraits

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Owen MacSwinny (or Swinny), after Peter van Bleeck - NPG 1417

Owen MacSwinny (or Swinny)

after Peter van Bleeck
oil on canvas, (1737)
NPG 1417

Catherine ('Kitty') Clive (née Raftor) as Phillida in Cibber's 'Damon and Phillida', by and published by John Faber Jr, after  Peter van Bleeck - NPG D14853

Catherine ('Kitty') Clive (née Raftor) as Phillida in Cibber's 'Damon and Phillida'

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Peter van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1734
NPG D14853

Richard van Bleeck, by Peter van Bleeck, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D20433

Richard van Bleeck

by Peter van Bleeck, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1735 (1723)
NPG D20433

Peg Woffington, by Peter van Bleeck - NPG D4879

Peg Woffington

by Peter van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1740s-1750s
NPG D4879

Peg Woffington as Phebe, by Peter van Bleeck - NPG D36314

Peg Woffington as Phebe

by Peter van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1747 (1747)
NPG D36314

Phebe' (Peg Woffington), by Peter van Bleeck - NPG D14526

Phebe' (Peg Woffington)

by Peter van Bleeck
mezzotint, (1747)
NPG D14526

Owen MacSwinny (or Swinny), by Peter van Bleeck - NPG D5204

Owen MacSwinny (or Swinny)

by Peter van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1749 (1737)
NPG D5204

James Foster, by Peter van Bleeck, after  James Wills - NPG D2003

James Foster

by Peter van Bleeck, after James Wills
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D2003

James Foster, by Peter van Bleeck, after  James Wills - NPG D2004

James Foster

by Peter van Bleeck, after James Wills
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D2004

James Foster, by Peter van Bleeck, after  James Wills - NPG D2005

James Foster

by Peter van Bleeck, after James Wills
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D2005

Eleanor ('Nell') Gwyn, by Peter van Bleeck, after  Sir Peter Lely - NPG D30627

Eleanor ('Nell') Gwyn

by Peter van Bleeck, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, 1751
NPG D30627

Peg Woffington, by Cook, after  Peter van Bleeck - NPG D4880

Peg Woffington

by Cook, after Peter van Bleeck
hand-coloured stipple engraving, late 18th-early 19th century
NPG D4880

Catherine ('Kitty') Clive (née Raftor) as Phillida in Cibber's 'Damon and Phillida', by William John Alais, after  John Faber Jr, after  Peter van Bleeck - NPG D39419

Catherine ('Kitty') Clive (née Raftor) as Phillida in Cibber's 'Damon and Phillida'

by William John Alais, after John Faber Jr, after Peter van Bleeck
stipple engraving, late 19th century (1734)
NPG D39419

Benjamin Johnson, by Robert Bowyer Parkes, after  Peter van Bleeck - NPG D3155

Benjamin Johnson

by Robert Bowyer Parkes, after Peter van Bleeck
mezzotint, published 1889
NPG D3155

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James Foster

by Peter van Bleeck, published by John Bowles, after James Wills
mezzotint, circa 1750-1775
NPG D19868

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Eleanor ('Nell') Gwyn

by Peter van Bleeck, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, 1751
NPG D18788

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