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Edward Bower (active 1635-1667), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 22 portraits
Edward Bower, portrait painter, worked primarily in London. He is best known for his paintings of Charles I at his trial.

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6650

John Pym

by or after Edward Bower
oil on canvas, circa 1640
NPG 6650

1425

John Pym

after Edward Bower
woodcut, 1641
NPG 1425

D26940

John Finch, 1st Baron Finch

by Wenceslaus Hollar, after Edward Bower
etching, mid 17th century
NPG D26940

D26911

John Pym

after Edward Bower
woodcut, 1643
NPG D26911

D26915

John Pym

by George Glover, after Edward Bower
line engraving, 1644
NPG D26915

D33402

John Pym

by George Glover, published by Stephen Bowtell, after Edward Bower
line engraving, 1644
NPG D33402

D1315

John Pym

by George Glover, after Edward Bower
engraving, 1644
NPG D1315

D19042

John Pym

by George Glover, published by Stephen Bowtell, after Edward Bower
engraving, 1644
NPG D19042

D1309

Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron

by William Marshall, published by John Partridge, after Edward Bower
line engraving, circa 1647-1649
NPG D1309

D10628

King Charles I

by John Faber Jr, after Edward Bower
mezzotint, early 18th century (1649)
NPG D10628

D10629

King Charles I

by John Faber Jr, printed and sold by Thomas Bowles Sr, after Edward Bower
mezzotint, early 18th century (1649)
NPG D10629

D1304

King Charles I

by John Faber Jr, printed and sold by Thomas Bowles Sr, after Edward Bower
mezzotint, early 18th century (1649)
NPG D1304

D26913

John Pym

by Michael Vandergucht, after Edward Bower
line engraving, 1713
NPG D26913

D10627

King Charles I

by John Faber Jr, after Edward Bower
mezzotint, 1713 (1649)
NPG D10627

D7881

King Charles I

by John Faber Sr, sold by Bispham Dickinson, after Edward Bower
mezzotint, 1730s (1649)
NPG D7881

D27096

Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron

after Edward Bower
line engraving, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D27096

D27097

Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron

after Edward Bower
line engraving, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D27097

D27098

Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron

possibly by Francis Engleheart, published by Edward Jeffery, after Edward Bower
line engraving, published 1808
NPG D27098

D19041

John Pym

by George Glover, after Edward Bower
engraving, 1644
NPG D19041

D23405

Thomas Fairfax, 3rd Lord Fairfax of Cameron

by William Marshall, published by John Partridge, after Edward Bower
line engraving, published 1647
NPG D23405

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