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Henry Overton

(1675 or 1676-1751), Printseller

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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William Laud, printed and sold by Henry Overton, published by  David Loggan, after  Sir Anthony Van Dyck - NPG D37187

William Laud

printed and sold by Henry Overton, published by David Loggan, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck
line engraving, circa 1684 (circa 1635-1637)
NPG D37187

Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of York and Albany, after Unknown artist, published by  Edward Cooper, and published by  Henry Overton - NPG D31088

Prince Ernest Augustus, Duke of York and Albany

after Unknown artist, published by Edward Cooper, and published by Henry Overton
mezzotint, early 18th century
NPG D31088

Sir Matthew Hale, sold by Edward Cooper, sold by  Henry Overton - NPG D35112

Sir Matthew Hale

sold by Edward Cooper, sold by Henry Overton
line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D35112

Prince Eugène of Savoy, by and sold by John Simon, and sold by  Edward Cooper, and sold by  Henry Overton, after  Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt - NPG D19471

Prince Eugène of Savoy

by and sold by John Simon, and sold by Edward Cooper, and sold by Henry Overton, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, published 1712
NPG D19471

Edward Russell, Earl of Orford, sold by Edward Cooper, and sold by  Henry Overton - NPG D3772

Edward Russell, Earl of Orford

sold by Edward Cooper, and sold by Henry Overton
mezzotint, 1715
NPG D3772

Princess Caroline Elizabeth, by John Simon, sold by  Henry Overton, after  Philip Mercier - NPG D7954

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Simon, sold by Henry Overton, after Philip Mercier
mezzotint, 1728-1764 (1728)
NPG D7954

Edward Waddington, by John Faber Jr, sold by  Henry Overton, sold by  John Hole, sold by  Thomas Wall, after  Hamlet Winstanley - NPG D27455

Edward Waddington

by John Faber Jr, sold by Henry Overton, sold by John Hole, sold by Thomas Wall, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1730-1751
NPG D27455

Edward Waddington, by John Faber Jr, sold by  Henry Overton, sold by  John Hole, sold by  Thomas Wall, after  Hamlet Winstanley - NPG D37965

Edward Waddington

by John Faber Jr, sold by Henry Overton, sold by John Hole, sold by Thomas Wall, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1730-1751
NPG D37965

Edward Waddington, by John Faber Jr, sold by  Henry Overton, sold by  John Hole, sold by  Thomas Wall, after  Hamlet Winstanley - NPG D4045

Edward Waddington

by John Faber Jr, sold by Henry Overton, sold by John Hole, sold by Thomas Wall, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1730-1751
NPG D4045

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