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James Foster (1697-1753), Nonconformist divine

Sitter in 5 portraits

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D2003

James Foster

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

D2004

James Foster

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

D2005

James Foster

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

D19868

James Foster

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

D18809

James Foster

by Simon François Ravenet, published by John Payne, and published by J. Bouquet, after William Smith
line engraving, published 28 January 1752
NPG D18809

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