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William Sunman (Sonmans) (died 1708), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 6 portraits

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D29563

John Pearson

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D29563

D30059

Robert Morison

by Robert White, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, 1680, published 1683 or after
NPG D30059

D42846

Robert Morison

by Robert White, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, 1680, published 1683 or after
NPG D42846

D42847

Robert Morison

by Robert White, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, 1680, published 1683 or after
NPG D42847

D29620

John Wallis

by Michael Burghers, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, 1699
NPG D29620

D27478

John Hudson

by Simon Gribelin, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D27478

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