Artist associated with 11 portraits
Sir James Dyer
by Jan Drapentierline engraving, late 17th-early 18th centuryNPG D25366
by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, late 17th centuryNPG D30969
by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, late 17th centuryNPG D31162
by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, late 17th centuryNPG D42381
possibly by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1674NPG D30464
by Jan Drapentierline engraving, published 1676NPG D29758
by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1682NPG D30337
by Jan Drapentier, published by Josiah or Joseph Blare, after Unknown artistline engraving, circa 1683-1706NPG D5288
by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1691NPG D31509
by Jan Drapentier, after Unknown artistline engraving, 1691NPG D42724
probably William Paul
probably by Jan Drapentierline engraving, early 18th centuryNPG D42710
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