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John Payne (1607-1647), Printmaker

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 58 portraits
John Payne was the finest native-born engraver working during the reign of Charles I. He was probably the pupil of Dutch engraver Simon De Passe. Over fifty of his plates are known about; although they vary widely in quality, the best are outstanding examples of the art of engraving.

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D26021

Arthur Hildersham

possibly by John Payne
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D26021

D26029

Hugh Broughton

by John Payne, published by Peter Stent
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D26029

D26030

Hugh Broughton

by John Payne, published by Peter Stent
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D26030

D26104

James Ley, 1st Earl of Marlborough

by John Payne
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D26104

D26161

Nicholas Leate

by John Payne
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D26161

D26460

Prince Charles Louis, Count Palatinate

by John Payne, published by Peter Stent, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D26460

D26887

Ambrose Barlow

by John Payne
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D26887

D11084

Hugh Broughton

by John Payne
line engraving, 1620
NPG D11084

D23824

King Henry VII

by John Payne
line engraving, 1622
NPG D23824

D31779

King Henry VII

by John Payne, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1622
NPG D31779

D25936

John Boys

by John Payne, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1622
NPG D25936

D25937

John Boys

by John Payne, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1622
NPG D25937

D9107

John Boys

by John Payne
line engraving, published 1622
NPG D9107

D20543

King Henry VII

by John Payne, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1622
NPG D20543

D27253

Sir Benjamin Rudyerd (Rudyard)

by John Payne, after Daniel Mytens
line engraving, circa 1625-1647
NPG D27253

D20477

Sir Benjamin Rudyerd (Rudyard)

by John Payne, after Daniel Mytens
line engraving, circa 1625-1647
NPG D20477

D21613

Sir Edward Coke

by John Payne, after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1628-1629
NPG D21613

D26081

Sir Edward Coke

by John Payne
line engraving, circa 1628-1629
NPG D26081

D26736

Joseph Hall

by John Payne
line engraving, 1628
NPG D26736

D9110

Joseph Hall

by John Payne, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1628
NPG D9110

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