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Caspar Netscher

(1639-1684), Dutch artist

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 9 portraits
Gaspar Netschar was a Dutch portrait and genre painter. He began his training under a local artist named Hendrick Coster, and in 1654 became a student of Ter Borch in Deventer. He was Ter Borch's most gifted pupil, probably worked as an assistant as well and he appears several times as a model on Ter Borch's paintings. Netschar moved to The Hague in 1662, where he established himself as a successful portrait painter, being patronised by, among others, William III.

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Dorothy, Lady Temple, by Caspar Netscher - NPG 3813

Dorothy, Lady Temple

by Caspar Netscher
oil on canvas, 1671
NPG 3813

Sir William Temple, Bt, by Caspar Netscher - NPG 3812

Sir William Temple, Bt

by Caspar Netscher
oil on canvas, 1675
NPG 3812

Caspar Netscher, by Wallerant Vaillant, after  Caspar Netscher - NPG D19716

Caspar Netscher

by Wallerant Vaillant, after Caspar Netscher
mezzotint, circa 1650-1675
NPG D19716

Caspar Netscher, by Wallerant Vaillant, after  Caspar Netscher - NPG D16716

Caspar Netscher

by Wallerant Vaillant, after Caspar Netscher
mezzotint, circa 1650-1675
NPG D16716

Queen Mary II, by Jacobus Houbraken, after  Caspar Netscher - NPG D31074

Queen Mary II

by Jacobus Houbraken, after Caspar Netscher
line engraving, 1750
NPG D31074

Queen Mary II, by Jacobus Houbraken, after  Caspar Netscher - NPG D9291

Queen Mary II

by Jacobus Houbraken, after Caspar Netscher
line engraving, 1750
NPG D9291

Unknown man engraved as James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, by William Baillie, after  Caspar Netscher, after  Jan van Wyck - NPG D29402

Unknown man engraved as James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch

by William Baillie, after Caspar Netscher, after Jan van Wyck
mezzotint, 30 September 1774 (in or before 1676)
NPG D29402

Unknown man engraved as James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, by William Baillie, after  Caspar Netscher, after  Jan van Wyck - NPG D38870

Unknown man engraved as James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch

by William Baillie, after Caspar Netscher, after Jan van Wyck
mezzotint, 30 September 1774 (in or before 1676)
NPG D38870

Unknown man engraved as James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, by William Baillie, after  Caspar Netscher, after  Jan van Wyck - NPG D39265

Unknown man engraved as James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch

by William Baillie, after Caspar Netscher, after Jan van Wyck
mezzotint, 30 September 1774 (in or before 1676)
NPG D39265

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