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William Vincent

(active circa 1690)

Artist associated with 11 portraits

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Head, published by William Vincent - NPG D11845

Head

published by William Vincent
mezzotint, 17th century
NPG D11845

Flight into Egypt, by William Vincent, possibly published by  John Smith - NPG D11889

Flight into Egypt

by William Vincent, possibly published by John Smith
mezzotint, 17th century
NPG D11889

Children of Thomas, 2nd Baron Crew of Steine, by William Vincent, after  Jacob Huysmans - NPG D1433

Children of Thomas, 2nd Baron Crew of Steine

by William Vincent, after Jacob Huysmans
mezzotint, late 17th century
NPG D1433

Children of Thomas, 2nd Baron Crew of Steine (Jemima, Airmine and Elizabeth), by William Vincent, published by  John Smith, after  Jacob Huysmans - NPG D11755

Children of Thomas, 2nd Baron Crew of Steine (Jemima, Airmine and Elizabeth)

by William Vincent, published by John Smith, after Jacob Huysmans
mezzotint, circa 1681-1688
NPG D11755

Children of Thomas, 2nd Baron Crew of Steine (Jemima, Airmine and Elizabeth), by William Vincent, after  Jacob Huysmans - NPG D13164

Children of Thomas, 2nd Baron Crew of Steine (Jemima, Airmine and Elizabeth)

by William Vincent, after Jacob Huysmans
mezzotint, circa 1681-1688
NPG D13164

Shepherd and Shepherdess sitting by a fountain, by William Vincent, published by  John Smith - NPG D11812

Shepherd and Shepherdess sitting by a fountain

by William Vincent, published by John Smith
mezzotint, circa 1683-1729
NPG D11812

'The Indian Queen' (Anne Bracegirdle), by William Vincent, published by  John Smith - NPG D19498

'The Indian Queen' (Anne Bracegirdle)

by William Vincent, published by John Smith
mezzotint, circa 1685-1695
NPG D19498

Isabella Fitzroy (née Bennet), Duchess of Grafton, by William Vincent, published by  John Smith - NPG D19303

Isabella Fitzroy (née Bennet), Duchess of Grafton

by William Vincent, published by John Smith
mezzotint, circa 1690
NPG D19303

Anne Bracegirdle, after William Vincent - NPG D788

Anne Bracegirdle

after William Vincent
mezzotint, early 18th century
NPG D788

Tavern scene, by William Vincent, published by  John Smith, after  Adriaen van Ostade - NPG D11859

Tavern scene

by William Vincent, published by John Smith, after Adriaen van Ostade
mezzotint, circa 1705
NPG D11859

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The family of Thomas Coke of Norfolk

by William Vincent, after Jacob Huysmans
mezzotint, circa 1690
NPG D30615

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