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Hamlet Winstanley (1700-1761), Painter and engraver

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 17 portraits

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D37063

Catherine Winstanley

by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles, published by Carington Bowles, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, 1720-1756
NPG D37063

D20121

James Stanley, 10th Earl of Derby

by Peter Pelham, after Hamlet Winstanley
etching, 1725-1726
NPG D20121

D27455

Edward Waddington

by John Faber Jr, sold by Henry Overton, sold by John Hole, sold by Thomas Wall, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1730-1751
NPG D27455

D37965

Edward Waddington

by John Faber Jr, sold by Henry Overton, sold by John Hole, sold by Thomas Wall, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1730-1751
NPG D37965

D4045

Edward Waddington

by John Faber Jr, sold by Henry Overton, sold by John Hole, sold by Thomas Wall, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1730-1751
NPG D4045

D37062

Hamlet Winstanley

by John Faber Jr, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, 1731
NPG D37062

D4864

Possibly Catherine Winstanley

by and published by John Faber Jr, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, circa 1731
NPG D4864

D4865

Hamlet Winstanley

by John Faber Jr, published by John Faber Jr, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, 1731
NPG D4865

D40152

Samuel Peploe

by John Faber Jr, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D40152

D3871

Samuel Peploe

by John Faber Jr, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D3871

D18802

James Stanley, 10th Earl of Derby

by Gerard Vandergucht, after Hamlet Winstanley
etching, 1734
NPG D18802

D35665

Samuel Peploe

by Thomas Woolnoth, published by Agnew & Zanetti, after Hamlet Winstanley
engraving, published December 1830
NPG D35665

D23121

Called James Smith Stanley, Lord Strange

possibly by Alfred Thomas Derby, possibly after Hamlet Winstanley
pencil, circa 1835-1842
NPG D23121

D23114

James Stanley, 10th Earl of Derby

by Alfred Thomas Derby, after Hamlet Winstanley
pencil, pen and ink, 1839 (before 1725)
NPG D23114

D23115

Elizabeth Stanley (née Hesketh), Countess of Derby

by Alfred Thomas Derby, after Hamlet Winstanley
pencil, pen and ink, 1839
NPG D23115

D23116

Edward Stanley, 11th Earl of Derby

by Alfred Thomas Derby, after Hamlet Winstanley
pencil, pen and ink, 1839
NPG D23116

D5504

Samuel Peploe

by John Faber Jr, after Hamlet Winstanley
mezzotint, (1733)
NPG D5504

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