Artist associated with 11 portraits
by John Dunstalletching, mid 17th centuryNPG D26752
by John Dunstallline engraving, mid 17th centuryNPG D26808
by John Dunstalletching, mid 17th centuryNPG D28872
by John Dunstall, after William Faithorneline engraving, (1654)NPG D22614
by John Dunstall, after William Faithorneetching, after 1656NPG D33200
by John Dunstall, after William Faithorneetching, after 1656NPG D33201
Called Robert Herrick
by John Dunstalletching, circa 1660sNPG D33717
Lancelot Coulson (Colson)
by John Dunstalletching, published 1663NPG D30089
by John Dunstalletching, circa 1675NPG D43317
by John Dunstall, after Robert Vaughanetching, published 1683NPG D26026
by John Dunstall, after Robert Vaughanline engraving, published 1683 (1653)NPG D16442
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