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John Bulfinch

(active 1680-1728), Draughtsman

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 13 portraits

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John Thurloe, by John Bulfinch, after  Unknown artist - NPG 4248

John Thurloe

by John Bulfinch, after Unknown artist
watercolour, (1650s)
NPG 4248

Sir Edmund Verney, by John Bulfinch - NPG D27045

Sir Edmund Verney

by John Bulfinch
watercolour, mid 17th century
NPG D27045

George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer, by John Bulfinch, after  Sir Peter Lely - NPG D29970

George Booth, 1st Baron Delamer

by John Bulfinch, after Sir Peter Lely
watercolour, (1640s)
NPG D29970

Colonel Beckley, after John Bulfinch - NPG D20208

Colonel Beckley

after John Bulfinch
stipple engraving, (1640s)
NPG D20208

John Evans, by Richard Godfrey, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D27928

John Evans

by Richard Godfrey, after John Bulfinch
line engraving, published 1776
NPG D27928

Simon Forman, by Richard Godfrey, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D28047

Simon Forman

by Richard Godfrey, after John Bulfinch
line engraving, published 1776
NPG D28047

Simon Forman, by Richard Godfrey, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D2352

Simon Forman

by Richard Godfrey, after John Bulfinch
line engraving, published 1776
NPG D2352

Oliver Cromwell, by R. Cooper, published by  James Caulfield, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D28670

Oliver Cromwell

by R. Cooper, published by James Caulfield, after John Bulfinch
stipple engraving printed in colours, published 1 October 1810
NPG D28670

Sir Christopher Myngs, by Robert Dunkarton, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D4655

Sir Christopher Myngs

by Robert Dunkarton, after John Bulfinch
mezzotint, published 1813
NPG D4655

Sir Christopher Myngs, by Robert Dunkarton, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D4656

Sir Christopher Myngs

by Robert Dunkarton, after John Bulfinch
mezzotint, published 1813
NPG D4656

Sir Philip Stapleton, by Robert Dunkarton, published by  Samuel Woodburn, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D27235

Sir Philip Stapleton

by Robert Dunkarton, published by Samuel Woodburn, after John Bulfinch
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D27235

Sir Philip Stapleton, by Robert Dunkarton, published by  Samuel Woodburn, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D41882

Sir Philip Stapleton

by Robert Dunkarton, published by Samuel Woodburn, after John Bulfinch
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D41882

Sir Philip Stapleton, by Robert Dunkarton, published by  Samuel Woodburn, after  John Bulfinch - NPG D4295

Sir Philip Stapleton

by Robert Dunkarton, published by Samuel Woodburn, after John Bulfinch
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D4295

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