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John Chantry (died 1662), Engraver

Artist associated with 18 portraits

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D29200

Unknown Woman

by John Chantry
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D29200

D29258

King Charles II

by John Chantry, published by Peter Stent, after William Faithorne
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D29258

D28367

Richard Gething

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1652
NPG D28367

D31572

Sir George Wharton, 1st Bt

by John Chantry, probably published by Tobias Jordan
line engraving, circa 1657-1662
NPG D31572

D29135

Sir George Wharton, 1st Bt

by John Chantry, probably published by Tobias Jordan
line engraving, circa 1657-1662
NPG D29135

D30400

Possibly Hannah Wolley

by John Chantry, published by Peter Dring
line engraving, circa 1660
NPG D30400

D18474

King Charles II

by John Chantry
line engraving, early 1660s
NPG D18474

D18509

King Charles II

by John Chantry
line engraving, early 1660s
NPG D18509

D26974

John Selden

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1661
NPG D26974

D26977

John Selden

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1661
NPG D26977

D30195

Edward Leigh

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D30195

D17089

Edward Leigh

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D17089

D22632

William Bagwell with his family

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1664
NPG D22632

D28868

James Nalton

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1677
NPG D28868

D28867

James Nalton

published by William Richardson, after John Chantry
line engraving, late 18th-early 19th century (published 1677)
NPG D28867

D28869

James Nalton

published by William Richardson, after John Chantry
line engraving, late 18th-early 19th century (published 1677)
NPG D28869

D17088

Edward Leigh

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D17088

D2169

Richard Gething

by George Perfect Harding, after John Chantry
pen and ink and sepia wash, 1799 (1652)
NPG D2169

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