Artist associated with 7 portraits
Lucy Russell (née Harington), Countess of Bedford
by Simon de Passe, sold by John Sudbury, and sold by George Humbleline engraving, circa 1599-1618NPG D20432
King Charles I
sold by John Sudbury, sold by George Humbleline engraving, (1613)NPG D18283
by Francis Delaram, published by John Sudbury, and published by George Humbleline engraving, circa 1617-1618NPG D25917
by Francis Delaram, published by John Sudbury, and published by George Humble, after Unknown artistline engraving, circa 1617-1618NPG D20860
Edward Somerset, 4th Earl of Worcester
by Simon de Passe, published by John Sudbury, and published by George Humbleline engraving, 1618NPG D25776
Mary Herbert, Countess of Pembroke
by Simon de Passe, sold by John Sudbury, sold by George Humbleline engraving, circa 1618NPG D19186
King Edward VI
by Simon de Passe, sold by John Sudbury, and sold by George Humbleline engraving, published 1620NPG D19609
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