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John Chantry

(died 1662), Engraver

Artist associated with 19 portraits

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Unknown Woman, by John Chantry - NPG D29200

Unknown Woman

by John Chantry
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D29200

King Charles II, by John Chantry, published by  Peter Stent, after  William Faithorne - NPG D29258

King Charles II

by John Chantry, published by Peter Stent, after William Faithorne
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D29258

Richard Gething, by John Chantry - NPG D28367

Richard Gething

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1652
NPG D28367

Sir George Wharton, 1st Bt, by John Chantry, probably published by  Tobias Jordan - NPG D31572

Sir George Wharton, 1st Bt

by John Chantry, probably published by Tobias Jordan
line engraving, circa 1657-1662
NPG D31572

Sir George Wharton, 1st Bt, by John Chantry, probably published by  Tobias Jordan - NPG D29135

Sir George Wharton, 1st Bt

by John Chantry, probably published by Tobias Jordan
line engraving, circa 1657-1662
NPG D29135

Possibly Hannah Wolley, by John Chantry, published by  Peter Dring - NPG D30400

Possibly Hannah Wolley

by John Chantry, published by Peter Dring
line engraving, circa 1660
NPG D30400

King Charles II, by John Chantry - NPG D18474

King Charles II

by John Chantry
line engraving, early 1660s
NPG D18474

King Charles II, by John Chantry - NPG D18509

King Charles II

by John Chantry
line engraving, early 1660s
NPG D18509

John Selden, by John Chantry - NPG D26974

John Selden

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1661
NPG D26974

John Selden, by John Chantry - NPG D26977

John Selden

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1661
NPG D26977

Edward Leigh, by John Chantry - NPG D30195

Edward Leigh

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D30195

Edward Leigh, by John Chantry - NPG D17089

Edward Leigh

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D17089

William Bagwell with his family, by John Chantry - NPG D22632

William Bagwell with his family

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1664
NPG D22632

James Nalton, by John Chantry - NPG D28868

James Nalton

by John Chantry
line engraving, circa 1677
NPG D28868

James Nalton, by John Chantry - NPG D46210

James Nalton

by John Chantry
line engraving, circa 1677
NPG D46210

James Nalton, published by William Richardson, after  John Chantry - NPG D28867

James Nalton

published by William Richardson, after John Chantry
line engraving, late 18th-early 19th century (published 1677)
NPG D28867

James Nalton, published by William Richardson, after  John Chantry - NPG D28869

James Nalton

published by William Richardson, after John Chantry
line engraving, late 18th-early 19th century (published 1677)
NPG D28869

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Edward Leigh

by John Chantry
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D17088

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Richard Gething

by George Perfect Harding, after John Chantry
pen and ink and sepia wash, 1799 (1652)
NPG D2169

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