Marcellus Laroon (1653-1702), Painter
Sitter associated with 1 portraitArtist associated with 17 portraits
published by Pierce Tempest, after Marcellus Laroonline engraving, late 17th to early 18th centuryNPG D30921
after Marcellus Laroon, by John Savageline engraving, late 17th centuryNPG D31039
published by John Smith, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, 1680-1700NPG D11736
by and published by John Smith, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, circa 1683NPG D11832
Fool and Child
published by John Smith, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, 1683NPG D11840
A Lady at Confession
by John Smith, sold by Edward Cooper, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, circa 1685NPG D30633
by John Smith, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, circa 1685NPG D30634
by John Smith, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, circa 1685NPG D39976
Woman confessing to a monk
by John Smith, after Marcellus Laroonmezzotint, circa 1685NPG D11739
Daniel, Porter to Oliver Cromwell
after Marcellus Laroonline engraving, 18th centuryNPG D30685
after Marcellus Laroon, published by Pierce Tempestline engraving, early 18th centuryNPG D31037
after Marcellus Laroon, published by Edward Coopermezzotint, early 18th centuryNPG D31038
Colly Molly Puff
by W. John Taylor, after Marcellus Laroon, published by James Caulfieldline engraving, published 1792NPG D31044
by G. Walker, after Marcellus Laroon, published by James Caulfieldline engraving, published 1793NPG D30682
by W. John Taylor, after Marcellus Laroon, published by James Caulfieldline engraving, published 1793NPG D30686
Madam Elizabeth Creswell
by G. Barrett, published by James Caulfield, after Marcellus Laroonline engraving, published 1793NPG D30712
after Marcellus Laroonline engravingNPG D11230
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