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John William Cook

(active 1820-1832), Engraver

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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Stephen Gardiner, by John William Cook - NPG D24921

Stephen Gardiner

by John William Cook
stipple engraving, possibly early 19th century
NPG D24921

William Butler, by John William Cook, after  Unknown artist - NPG D32497

William Butler

by John William Cook, after Unknown artist
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D32497

Thomas Audley, Baron Audley of Walden, by John William Cook - NPG D24225

Thomas Audley, Baron Audley of Walden

by John William Cook
stipple engraving, circa 1820
NPG D24225

Louis François Roubiliac, by John William Cook, published by  John Major, after  Adrien Carpentiers (Carpentière, Charpentière) - NPG D34286

Louis François Roubiliac

by John William Cook, published by John Major, after Adrien Carpentiers (Carpentière, Charpentière)
line engraving, published 15 October 1827 (1762)
NPG D34286

'Early Masters', by John William Cook, published by  John Major - NPG D28380

'Early Masters'

by John William Cook, published by John Major
line engraving, published 15 February 1828
NPG D28380

'Early Masters', by John William Cook - NPG D28381

'Early Masters'

by John William Cook
line engraving, published 1828
NPG D28381

'Early Masters', by John William Cook - NPG D29152

'Early Masters'

by John William Cook
line engraving, published 1828
NPG D29152

'Early Masters', by John William Cook - NPG D30444

'Early Masters'

by John William Cook
line engraving, published 1828
NPG D30444

William Carleton, by John William Cook, after  W. Roe - NPG D6856

William Carleton

by John William Cook, after W. Roe
stipple engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D6856

Anne, Countess of Pembroke (Lady Anne Clifford), by John William Cook, published by  E.F. Bingley, after  Daniel Mytens - NPG D28109

Anne, Countess of Pembroke (Lady Anne Clifford)

by John William Cook, published by E.F. Bingley, after Daniel Mytens
stipple engraving, published 1 October 1832
NPG D28109

Andrew Marvell, by John William Cook, published by  E.F. Bingley, after  William Dobson - NPG D29828

Andrew Marvell

by John William Cook, published by E.F. Bingley, after William Dobson
stipple engraving, published 1 June 1832
NPG D29828

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