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Francis Quarles (1592-1644), Poet

Sitter associated with 7 portraits

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D27820

Francis Quarles

after William Marshall
etching, after 1644
NPG D27820

D42193

Francis Quarles

after William Marshall
line engraving, after 1644
NPG D42193

D42196

Francis Quarles

by William Marshall
line engraving, circa 1644, published 1645-1646
NPG D42196

D27821

Francis Quarles

by Thomas Cross
line engraving, circa 1656
NPG D27821

D42194

Francis Quarles

by Thomas Cross
line engraving, circa 1656
NPG D42194

D42195

Francis Quarles

by Thomas Cross
line engraving, circa 1656
NPG D42195

D39149

Francis Quarles

by William Raddon
line engraving, published 1822
NPG D39149

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