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Richard van Bleeck

(1670-after 1747), Artist

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 17 portraits

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Sir John Holt, by Richard van Bleeck - NPG 3101

Sir John Holt

by Richard van Bleeck
oil on canvas, circa 1700
NPG 3101

Sylvester Petyt, by Richard van Bleeck - NPG 719

Sylvester Petyt

by Richard van Bleeck
oil on canvas, circa 1700
NPG 719

Sylvester Petyt, by George White, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D3879

Sylvester Petyt

by George White, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, (circa 1700)
NPG D3879

Sylvester Petyt, by George White, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D19834

Sylvester Petyt

by George White, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, (circa 1700)
NPG D19834

John Guyse, by John Faber Jr, sold by  John Oswald, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D35084

John Guyse

by John Faber Jr, sold by John Oswald, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1734 (1733)
NPG D35084

John Guyse, by John Faber Jr, sold by  John Oswald, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D2511

John Guyse

by John Faber Jr, sold by John Oswald, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1734 (1733)
NPG D2511

John Guyse, by John Faber Jr, sold by  John Oswald, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D2535

John Guyse

by John Faber Jr, sold by John Oswald, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1734 (1733)
NPG D2535

John Guyse, by John Faber Jr, sold by  John Oswald, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D2536

John Guyse

by John Faber Jr, sold by John Oswald, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1734 (1733)
NPG D2536

John Guyse, by John Faber Jr, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D2537

John Guyse

by John Faber Jr, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1734 (1733)
NPG D2537

Richard van Bleeck, by Peter van Bleeck, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D20433

Richard van Bleeck

by Peter van Bleeck, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, 1735 (1723)
NPG D20433

George Holmes, by George Vertue, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D27598

George Holmes

by George Vertue, after Richard van Bleeck
line engraving, 1749
NPG D27598

George Holmes, by George Vertue, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D35928

George Holmes

by George Vertue, after Richard van Bleeck
line engraving, 1749
NPG D35928

George Holmes, by George Vertue, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D35929

George Holmes

by George Vertue, after Richard van Bleeck
line engraving, 1749
NPG D35929

George Holmes, by George Vertue, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D35930

George Holmes

by George Vertue, after Richard van Bleeck
line engraving, 1749
NPG D35930

Edward Rowe Mores, by J. Mynde, after  Richard van Bleeck - NPG D9052

Edward Rowe Mores

by J. Mynde, after Richard van Bleeck
line engraving, circa 1753-1770
NPG D9052

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Sylvester Petyt

by George White, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, (circa 1700)
NPG D3877

Web image not currently available

Sylvester Petyt

by George White, after Richard van Bleeck
mezzotint, (circa 1700)
NPG D3878

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