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John Dunstall (active 1660-1662)

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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D26752

James Ussher

by John Dunstall
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D26752

D26808

William Gouge

by John Dunstall
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26808

D28872

Joseph Symonds

by John Dunstall
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D28872

D22614

William Gouge

by John Dunstall, after William Faithorne
line engraving, (1654)
NPG D22614

D33200

James Ussher

by John Dunstall, after William Faithorne
etching, after 1656
NPG D33200

D33201

James Ussher

by John Dunstall, after William Faithorne
etching, after 1656
NPG D33201

D33717

Called Robert Herrick

by John Dunstall
etching, circa 1660s
NPG D33717

D30089

Lancelot Coulson (Colson)

by John Dunstall
etching, published 1663
NPG D30089

D43317

Samuel Clarke

by John Dunstall
etching, circa 1675
NPG D43317

D26026

John Carter

by John Dunstall, after Robert Vaughan
etching, published 1683
NPG D26026

D16442

John Carter

by John Dunstall, after Robert Vaughan
line engraving, published 1683 (1653)
NPG D16442

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