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Thomas Bakewell (active 1729-1749), Printseller and publisher

Artist associated with 15 portraits

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D32115

King Charles I; King Charles II

printed and sold by Thomas Bakewell, printed and sold by Timothy Jordan, sold by Thomas Taylor, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, published 1680s-1690s (circa 1632-1699)
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D26975

John Selden

by John Faber Jr, printed and sold by Timothy Jordan, printed and sold by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, early 18th century
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D30757

Johannes Hevelius

by John Faber Sr, after Daniel Schultz the Younger, published by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, early 18th century
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D31147

Ralph Battell

by John Simon, after Michael Dahl, published by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, early 18th century
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D32723

Johann Kaspar ('Hans') von Bothmer

by John Faber Sr, printed and sold by Timothy Jordan, printed and sold by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, 1717
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D34252

Prince George William and his nurse

sold by Thomas Bakewell
line engraving, circa 1717-1718
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D4375

George Byng, 1st Viscount Torrington

by John Faber Sr, published by Thomas Bakewell, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, published 1725 or after
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D7763

Queen Mary II

sold by Thomas Bakewell, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, 1729-1749 (circa 1690)
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D29621

John Wallis

by John Faber Sr, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt, published by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, mid 18th century
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D27501

Thomas Bradbury

by Jonathan Spilsbury, after Mary Grace, published by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, mid to late 18th century
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D7938

William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland

printed and published by Thomas Bakewell, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1730s-1740s
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D19409

Sir Thomas Gresham

by John Faber Sr, published by Thomas Bakewell
mezzotint, published 1714
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D18916

King William III

by Francis Kyte, published by Thomas Bakewell, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, published circa 1729-1749
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D19127

Gilbert Burnet

by M. van der Giest, printed and sold by Timothy Jordan, printed and sold by Thomas Bakewell, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, published circa 1729-1749
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D20017

Gilbert Burnet

by M. van der Giest, printed and sold by Timothy Jordan, printed and sold by Thomas Bakewell, after Edward Lutterell (Luttrell)
line engraving, published circa 1729-1749
NPG D20017

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