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William Marshall (active 1617-1649), Engraver

Sitter in 4 portraits
Artist associated with 182 portraits
William Marshall was the most prolific engraver working in London during the reign of Charles I. He produced more than 250 plates, most of which were made on commission for the London book trade, either as engraved title pages or portrait frontispieces.

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D23826

King Henry VII

by William Marshall
line engraving, probably 17th century
NPG D23826

D23958

St Gildas

by William Marshall
line engraving, probably 17th century
NPG D23958

D25998

Richard Wightwick

by William Marshall
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D25998

D26319

King Charles I

by William Marshall
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D26319

D27886

Richard Brathwaite

by William Marshall
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D27886

D28564

Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden

by William Marshall
line engraving, early to mid 17th century
NPG D28564

D3345

Elizabeth Hastings (née Stanley), Countess of Huntingdon

after an engraving by William Marshall
pen and ink and watercolour
NPG D3345

D1129

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham

by William Marshall, after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1621-1628
NPG D1129

D1166

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham

by William Marshall, after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1621-1628
NPG D1166

D28523

John Clavel

by William Marshall
line engraving, published 1628
NPG D28523

D21580

William Laud

by William Marshall
line engraving, 1630s-1640s
NPG D21580

D25229

William Whitaker

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D25229

D26321

King Charles I

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26321

D26322

King Charles I

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26322

D26330

King Charles I

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26330

D26710

William Laud

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26710

D26760

James Ussher

by William Marshall, published by John Stafford
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26760

D26795

Anabaptists

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26795

D26803

Thomas Taylor

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26803

D26805

Thomas Taylor

by William Marshall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26805

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