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Dirk Stoop (circa 1610-circa 1685)

Artist associated with 8 portraits
Dirk Stoop found favour in Lisbon as a painter at the Portuguese Court. When Catherine of Braganza came to England to marry Charles II, Stoop drew, etched and engraved a series of plates depicting her progress to London.

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2563

Catherine of Braganza

by or after Dirk Stoop
oil on canvas, circa 1660-1661
NPG 2563

353

Catherine of Braganza

after Dirk Stoop
oil on canvas, (circa 1660-1661)
NPG 353

D18434

Catherine of Braganza

after Dirk Stoop
line engraving, 1656-1662
NPG D18434

D18435

Catherine of Braganza

after Dirk Stoop
line engraving, 1656-1662
NPG D18435

D22671

Catherine of Braganza

by William Faithorne, after Dirk Stoop
line engraving, 1662
NPG D22671

D7739

Catherine of Braganza

by Robert Dunkarton, after Dirk Stoop
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D7739

D7740

Catherine of Braganza

by Robert Dunkarton, after Dirk Stoop
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D7740

D7741

Catherine of Braganza

by Robert Dunkarton, after Dirk Stoop
mezzotint, published 1815
NPG D7741

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