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Artist associated with 22 portraits
by Simon Gribelin, after Unknown artistline engraving, late 17th to early 18th centuryNPG D31264
The Seven Bishops Committed to the Tower in 1688
by Simon Gribelin, sold by Thomas Jefferys, sold by William Herbertline engraving, (circa 1688)NPG D30899
by Simon Gribelin, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1688NPG D30988
Frederick Herman de Schomberg, 1st Duke of Schomberg
by Simon Gribelin, after Michael Dahlline engraving, 1689NPG D5917
William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Devonshire
by Simon Gribelin, after D. Vautierline engraving, 1689NPG D20395
King William III
by Simon Gribelin, sold by William Creed, after I. or J. Fowler (Forster)line engraving, 1695 or afterNPG D10662
Queen Mary II
by Simon Gribelin, after J. Fowlerline engraving, circa 1695NPG D42309
by Simon Gribelin, after Pierre Berchetline engraving, 1696NPG D31298
by Simon Gribelin, after William Sunman (Sonmans)line engraving, early 18th centuryNPG D27478
Sir William Dawes, 3rd Bt
by Simon Gribelin, after John Clostermanline engraving, published 1707NPG D31420
James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormonde
by Simon Gribelin, after Michael Dahlline engraving, 1713NPG D31402
by Simon Gribelin, after Michael Dahlline engraving, 1713NPG D39380
by Simon Gribelin, after Michael Dahlline engraving, 1713NPG D17854
by Simon Gribelin, after Michael Dahlline engraving, 1713NPG D17855
Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury
by Simon Gribelin, after John Clostermanline engraving, published 1723 (circa 1700-1701)NPG D14157
by Simon Gribelin, after John Clostermanline engraving, published 1723 (circa 1700-1701)NPG D16247
by Simon Gribelin, after Anthony Russellline engraving, published 1724NPG D31457
by Simon Gribelin, after Pierre Berchet, after William Parsonsline engraving, 1696NPG D47445
by Simon Gribelinline engraving, 1703NPG D47446
by Simon Gribelinline engraving, 1703NPG D47447
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