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Charles D'Agar

(1669-1723), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 18 portraits

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Sir Streynsham Master, attributed to Charles D'Agar - NPG 6107

Sir Streynsham Master

attributed to Charles D'Agar
oil on canvas, 1710-1720
On display at Lyme Park, Stockport
NPG 6107

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret, by John Simon, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D32715

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret

by John Simon, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, early 18th century
NPG D32715

Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu, by John Simon, published by  Edward Cooper, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D27381

Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu

by John Simon, published by Edward Cooper, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D27381

Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu, by John Simon, published by  Thomas Bowles Jr, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D38884

Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu

by John Simon, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D38884

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret, by John Simon, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D2481

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret

by John Simon, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, early 18th century
NPG D2481

Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford, by John Simon, published by  Edward Cooper, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D18903

Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford

by John Simon, published by Edward Cooper, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D18903

Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu, by John Simon, published by  Edward Cooper, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D19841

Mary Montagu (née Churchill), Duchess of Montagu

by John Simon, published by Edward Cooper, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D19841

Francesco Cornaro, by John Smith, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D11666

Francesco Cornaro

by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D11666

Hon. Ann Watson, by John Smith, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D9261

Hon. Ann Watson

by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1708
NPG D9261

Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford, by and published by John Smith, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D27633

Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford

by and published by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1723
NPG D27633

Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford, by and published by John Smith, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D4085

Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford

by and published by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1723
NPG D4085

Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford, by and published by John Smith, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D11613

Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford

by and published by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1723
NPG D11613

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret, by John Faber Jr, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D32716

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret

by John Faber Jr, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D32716

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret, by John Faber Jr, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D32717

Frances Carteret (née Worsley), Lady Carteret

by John Faber Jr, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D32717

Jemima (née Harpur), Lady Palmer, by and published by John Faber Jr, after  Charles D'Agar - NPG D3801

Jemima (née Harpur), Lady Palmer

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, circa 1734-1756
NPG D3801

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Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford

by John Simon, published by Edward Cooper, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, circa 1700-1725
NPG D42075

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Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford

by and published by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1723
NPG D39822

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Bessey Nassau van Zuylestein (née Savage), Countess of Rochford

by and published by John Smith, after Charles D'Agar
mezzotint, 1723
NPG D18815

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