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Edward Lutterell (Luttrell) (died 1737), Mezzotinter and pastel draughtsman

Artist associated with 64 portraits
Edward Luttrell began to study law at New Inn, London, in around 1670, but abandoned this to become a pupil of the crayon and pastel portrait painter Edmund Ashfield. He is credited with expanding the technique of crayon drawing by expanding the colours used and by inventing a method of drawing with crayons on copper plates.

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248

Samuel Butler

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
gouache and pastel on panel, circa 1680
NPG 248

262

Oliver Plunket (St Oliver Plunket)

by or after Garrett Morphey, possibly after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
oil on canvas, (1681)
NPG 262

301

William Sancroft

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
chalk, circa 1688
NPG 301

1824

William Russell, 1st Duke of Bedford

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
chalk on copper, 1698
NPG 1824

D4233

Algernon Sidney

probably by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), after Justus van Egmont
mezzotint, (1663)
NPG D4233

D11958

Algernon Sidney

probably by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), after Justus van Egmont
mezzotint, (1663)
NPG D11958

D23622

King Stephen

by Peter Vanderbank (Vandrebanc), after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D23622

D30877

William Sancroft

by Michael Vandergucht, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), after Robert White
line engraving, late 17th century to early 18th century
NPG D30877

D30878

William Sancroft

by William Elder, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30878

D30881

William Sancroft

by Robert White, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30881

D11961

Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Smith, after John Greenhill
mezzotint, (circa 1672-1673)
NPG D11961

D29500

Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Lloyd, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1682
NPG D29500

D29501

Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Smith, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1682
NPG D29501

D10944

Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Lloyd, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1682
NPG D10944

D11956

Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Smith, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1682
NPG D11956

D11963

Heneage Finch, 1st Earl of Nottingham

probably by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
mezzotint, 1682
NPG D11963

D13143

Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Smith, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1682
NPG D13143

D13142

Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

by Edward Lutterell (Luttrell), published by John Lloyd, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1682
NPG D13142

D35487

William Sancroft

after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, (circa 1688)
NPG D35487

D20996

William Sancroft

by Robert White, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, circa 1688
NPG D20996

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