Prints catalogue Tompson - 3

Catalogue of prints published by Richard Tompson

From the collection of the National Portrait Gallery unless otherwise stated. Impressions illustrated from other collections are distinguished by an asterisk*.


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Essex Finch (nee Rich), Countess of Nottingham, by Jan van der Vaart, published by  Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1680 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Essex Finch (nee Rich), Countess of Nottingham
by Jan van der Vaart, published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1680
NPG D13153

40.
D13153
Essex Finch (née Rich), Countess of Nottingham
By Jan Van der Vaart; published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint
13 3/8 in. x 9 7/8 in. (340 mm x 250 mm)
Circa 1680
Lettered The Lady Essex Finch
Below centre towards left S.r P. Lely pinxit
Below centre I. Vander Vaert fecit
Below right R. Tompson excudit.

I Before the lettering.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-6013 ...6014, the latter cut below and 1856-6-14-146, Portraits, in pen and ink: Lady Essex Finch).
II As described.
Amsterdam, Cambridge, London (BM, 1902-10-11-6015, small margins and 1874-8-8-1309), London (NPG, D13153 and D3746), Paris.

References: CS 3; BM 3; Beckett 1951, 396; H. XXXI, 3.
Location of original painting and related material: School of Lely, collection the 11th Earl of Aylesford, Packington Hall, Warwickshire. See also the etched version by Paul Van Somer (H. XXVII, 190).


 
Titus Oates, published by Richard Tompson, after  Thomas Hawker, circa 1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Titus Oates
published by Richard Tompson, after Thomas Hawker
circa 1679
NPG D19812

41.
D13828
Titus Oates
Published by Richard Tompson, after Thomas Hawker
Mezzotint
13 5/8 in. x 10 1/8 in. (345 mm x 258 mm) plate size
Circa 1679
Lettered Titus Oates. D-D. Anagrama. Testis, Ouat
Below left Tho. Hawker pinxit
Below right R Tompson excudit.

As described.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5288, trimmed to platemark, 1950-5-20-61, with margins, 1849-3-15-92, and 1902-10-115289), London (NPG, D13828), London (V&A, 24088), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Burnet vol. I, pt. VII, p. 424, fine impression), Windsor (RCIN 659516).

References: CS 32; BM 1.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown. See copy engraved by Cornelius Nicolaus Schurtz after Hawker, published 1690 (H. German, LIV, 625). See also the 'ad vivum' engraving by Robert White published 1679 (BM 4; BMS 1073).


Mary, Princess of Orange, by William Faithorne Jr, published by  Robert Sayer, after  Adriaen Hanneman, circa 1680 (1660) - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Mary, Princess of Orange
by William Faithorne Jr, published by Robert Sayer, after Adriaen Hanneman
circa 1680 (1660)
NPG D19568

42.
D7973
Mary, Princess of Orange
By William Faithorne Jr, published by Robert Sayer, after Adriaen Hanneman
Mezzotint
12 7/8 in. x 9 in. (328 mm x 230 mm) plate size
Circa 1680 (1660)
Lettered Her Royall Highness Mary Princess of Orange, eldest Daughter of KING / CHARLES ye first, & Mother to KING WILLIAM the Third
Below left Van Dyke Pinx.t
Below right Will.m Farthorne Fecit.
Lower right Printed for & sold by Rob.t Sayer at the Golden Buck Fleet street

I Lettered: Her Royall Highness Mary Princess of Orange, eldest Daughter of KING / CHARLES ye first, & Mother to our present Sovereigne K. WILLIAM ye Third
Below left: Adrian Hannaman pinxit 1660.
Below left towards centre: Will:m Faithorne junior fecit
Centre: Cum Privilegio Regis.
Right: Sold by R:Tompson at ye Sun in Bedford-berry & / E:Cooper at the three Pidgeons in Bedford street
Cambridge (Magdalene, Pepys Library, vol. I, fol. 86, 2978/86b), London (BM, 1838-4-20-144, 1902-10-11-2040...2041 and 1902-10-11-8338).
II As described .
London (NPG, D7973, good and D10636, cut below).
III Sayers' address erased.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-2044 sheet and 1902-10-11-8339 and 1902-10-11-2042 ...43 both cut below).

References: CS 27; BM 5.
Location of original painting and related material: Royal Collection, Windsor (Millar 1963, 212); version after Hanneman, collection Viscount Cobham, Hagley Hall, West Midlands.


Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 (circa 1671) - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Louise de Keroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679 (circa 1671)
NPG D3939

43.
D3939
Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 1/4 in. x 9 7/8 in. (337 mm x 250 mm) plate size
1678-1679 (circa 1671)
Lettered Loiuse Dutchess of Portsmouth
Below left SrP Lilly Pinxit
Below right, above lettering R. Tompson excudit.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5301, small margins, and 1902-10-11-5302 ... 5303, counterproofs and 1848-9-11-509, Portraits, margins, good), London (NPG, D3939), London (V&A, 24126), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Burnet vol. I, pt. X, p. 604).

References: CS 39; BM 12; Beckett 1951, 422
Location of original painting and related material: Earl Spencer, Althorp, Northamptonshire (MacLeod and Marciari Alexander 46) and numerous versions. Variations found on Tompson print compared to painting: neckline simplified, brocade on cloak not reproduced. Compare the pose with the mezzotint of Philadelphia Saunders published by Alexander Browne (CS 33; BM 1). See also the mezzotint by Gerard Valck published in 1678 (CS 8; BM 11; H. XXXI, 62; Griffiths 1998, 156).


Sir Richard Rainsford, published by Richard Tompson, after  William Wolfgang Claret, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir Richard Rainsford
published by Richard Tompson, after William Wolfgang Claret
1678-1679
NPG D3986

44 .
D3986

Sir Richard Rainsford
Published by Richard Tompson, after William Wolfgang Claret
Mezzotint
13 3/8 in. x 9 3/4 in. (340 mm x 248 mm)
1678-1679
Lettered S:r Richard Rainsford Lord cheife Justice of / the Kings Bench.
Below left W Claret Pinxit.
Below right R Tomp=son excudit

I As described.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5305), London (NPG, D3986), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. IV, pt. IV, p. 188).
II Coat of arms at top right engraved.
Cambridge (Magdalene, Pepys Library, 2980/164a, counterproof), London (BM, 1902-10-11-5304), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. IV, pt. IV, p. 188).

References: CS 40; BM 1.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown. See similar portrait of Rainsford by Claret, in collection Audley End (English Heritage), Essex.


Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of Richmond and Lennox, published by Richard Tompson, after  Cornelis de Bruyn, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of Richmond and Lennox
published by Richard Tompson, after Cornelis de Bruyn
1678-1679
NPG D20041

45.
D13839
Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of Richmond and Lennox
Published by Richard Tompson, after Cornelis de Bruyn
Mezzotint
13 1/4 in. x 9 5/8 in. (337 mm x 246 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered The Duke of Richmond
Below left Du Broyn pinxit:
Below right R. Tompson ex:
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5306, trimmed to platemark), London (NPG, D13839), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Burnet vol. I, pt. IX, p. 608), Windsor (RCIN 657935).

References: CS 41; BM 1.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown.


Prince Rupert, Count Palatinate, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Prince Rupert, Count Palatinate
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D13175

46.
D13175
Prince Rupert, Count Palatine
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 1/2 in. x 10 1/8 in. (342 mm x 258 mm)
1678-1679
Lettered His Highness Prince Rupert
Below left P. Lelij pinxit
Below right R Tompson excudit

I Before the lettering. Overall light tonality.
Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. II, pt. VII, p. 470, margins, fine, touched extensively with opaque black wash especially delineating curls and details of chain).
II As described. With further rockerwork darkening the plate.
Edinburgh (SNPG, Buchan 60, cut), London (BM, 1902-10-11-5307, small margins, and 1950-5-20-133, small margins), London (NPG, D13175), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. II, pt. VII, p. 470).

References: CS 42; Beckett 1951, 451.
Location of original painting and related material: Whole length versions by Lely and studio in collection Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore (37.1212) and Duke of Grafton, Euston Hall, Norfolk; three quarter length studio version in the National Portrait Gallery, London (NPG 608; Piper 1963, pp. 303-4, pl. 2h). In all these versions the head is based on Lely's portrait of Prince Rupert for the Flagmen series (Royal Collection, Windsor Castle, Beckett 1951, 450; Millar 1963, 252).


Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 2nd Earl of Shaftesbury, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 2nd Earl of Shaftesbury
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D29420

47.
D29420
Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 2nd Earl of Shaftesbury
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 1/4 in. x 9 5/8 in. (335 mm x 245 mm)
1678-1679
Lettered The Lord Ashley
Below left P. Lely pinxit.
Below right R. Tompson excudit.

I Before the lettering. Landscape view through window distinct.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5232, in pen and brown ink: Anthony Ashley Cooper, Lord Ashley, only son of Lord Chancellor Shaftesbury, and at lower right: R. White).
II As described.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5233 5234, and 1864-8-13-12), London (NPG, D13145 and Wheatley's London, vol. II, pt II, p. 284), London (V&A, E.576-1959), Windsor (RCIN 652902).

References: CS 2; BM 1; Beckett 1951, 479.
Location of original painting and related material: Lord Shaftesbury, St. Giles, Wimborne, Dorset. See pendant mezzotint of Dorothy, Countess of Shaftesbury published by Richard Tompson (CS 3; BM 1).


Dorothy Ashley-Cooper (nee Manners), Countess of Shaftesbury, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Dorothy Ashley-Cooper (nee Manners), Countess of Shaftesbury
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D13154

48.
D13154
Dorothy (née Manners), Countess of Shaftesbury
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 1/4 in. x 10 in. (337 mm x 255 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered The Right Honoble y:e Lady Ashley.
Below left P: Lilly Pinxit
Below centre R Tompson excudit.

I Before the lettering.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5235, trimmed to platemark).
II As described.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5236 and 1864-8-13-13, Portraits), London (NPG, D13154 and D4189), New Haven (B1974.12.382), Windsor (RCIN 652903).

References: CS 3; BM 1; Beckett 1951, 480.
Location of original painting and related material: Lord Shaftesbury, St. Giles, Wimborne, Dorset. See pendant mezzotint of Anthony Ashley-Cooper, 2nd Earl of Shaftesbury, published by Richard Tompson (CS 2; BM 1). See also the mezzotint of the Countess of Northumberland published by Alexander Browne (CS 26; BM 3).


Elizabeth Wriothesley (nee Leigh), Countess of Southampton, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Anthony Van Dyck, circa 1683 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Elizabeth Wriothesley (nee Leigh), Countess of Southampton
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck
circa 1683
NPG D13171

49.
D13171
Elizabeth Wriothesley, Countess of Southampton
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Mezzotint
17 3/4 in. x 10 3/4 in. (450 mm x 272 mm)
Circa 1683
Lettered The Right Hon:ble Elizabeth Countess of Southampton
Below left A. Vandyke Eques pinxit.
Below centre R. Tompson excudit.
Below right Collection Earle of Kent.

I Before the lettering.
Cambridge, London (1863-2-14-568, with the lettering in pen and brown ink, trimmed to platemark), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. III, p. 59).
II As described.
Amsterdam (RP-P-OB-33.441, sheet), Cambridge, London (BM, 1838-4-20-47, portraits, margins, good and 1902-10-11-5309, trimmed to platemark), London (NPG, D13171), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. III, p. 59, margins).

References: CS 44; BM 1; New H. 501.
Location of original painting and related material: The Granard Bequest, Dublin Castle, Dublin (Glück 454; Larsen 992; Kennedy 1999, p. 60, ill. p. 61).


Elizabeth Grey (nee Harvey), Countess of Stamford, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Elizabeth Grey (nee Harvey), Countess of Stamford
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D13150

50.
D13150
Elizabeth (née Hervey), Countess of Stamford
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
8 3/4 in. x 6 3/4 in. (222 mm x 170 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered The Countess of Stamford
Below left P. Lelij Pinxit
Below right R Tompson exudit.

I Before the lettering.
London (BM, 1864-8-13-214, margins, fine).
II As described.
Edinburgh (SNPG, EP II 429-1), London (BM, 1902-10-11-5310, grey impression and 1874-8-8-1305, Portraits, good), London (NPG, D13150, D4287-8 and D9194), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. III, pt. V, p. 346).
III Modern.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5311 ... 5312).
Plate reissued by John Boydell (1719-1804).

References: CS 45; BM 1; Beckett 1951, 508.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown.


Lord Bernard Stuart; Lord John Stuart, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Anthony Van Dyck, circa 1683 (circa 1638) - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Lord Bernard Stuart; Lord John Stuart
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck
circa 1683 (circa 1638)
NPG D13176

51.
D13176
Lord John Stuart and Lord Bernard Stuart
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Mezzotint
447 mm x 270 mm plate size
Circa 1683
Lettered The Lord Iohn and ye Lord Bernard Stuart ye youngest sons of Esme Duke of Lenox.
Below left in design Ant van Dyck Eques pinxit
Below centre in design collection Earle of Kent
Below right in design R Tompson exc.t

I Before the lettering.
Cambridge, Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. II, p. 550, and a counterproof).
II As described.
Brussels (S. III 75829), Cambridge, London (BM, 1838-4-20-48 and 1902-10-11-5313 cut to design), London (NPG, D13176), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Clarendon vol. II, p. 550), Paris (Cc. 49, fol. 52, margins).

References: CS 46; BM 3; (under Lichfield); New H. 503.
Location of original painting and related material: Double portrait in style of Van Dyck, National Gallery, London, with traditional identities of Lords John and Bernard Stuart queried (NG 3605; Glück 458; Martin, pp. 63-7; Larsen A301; National Gallery 2001, 3605 as 'Portraits of Two Young Englishmen'). See red chalk drawing by Jan Baptist Gaspars, squared for transfer, collection the British Museum, London (1888-12-21-5; Croft-Murray and Hulton, pp. 325-6, 1, pl. 129). See also the eighteenth century mezzotint by James McArdell (CS 174, BM 2).


Anne Howard (nee Montagu), Countess of Suffolk, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Anne Howard (nee Montagu), Countess of Suffolk
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D13157

52.
D13157
Anne (née Montagu), Countess of Suffolk
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 1/4 in. x 9 3/4 in. (337 mm x 247 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered The Right Hon:ble the Lady Ann Mountagu
Below left Sr P. Lelij Pinxit.
Below right R Thompson excudit

I Before the lettering.
London (BM, 1864-8-13-150, margins, later inscription pen and ink, 1902-10-11-5280, inscription in pen and ink: Luisa Dutchess of Portsmouth and 1902-10-11-5279, and 1902-10-11-5281, counterproof), London (NPG, D13156), New Haven (B1974.12.592).
II As described.
Cambridge (Magdalene, Pepys Library, 2979/200a), Glasgow (GLAHA 3998), London (BM, 1902-10-11-5282, oat coloured paper and 1874-8-8-2331, Portraits, printed in brown ink and 1838-4-20-50, Portraits), London (NPG, D13157, D4077 and D4325), Windsor (RCIN 658926, cut).

References: CS 29; BM 1; Beckett 1951, 354.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown.


William Verney, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

William Verney
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D13552

53.
D13552
William Verney
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 3/8 in. x 9 7/8 in. (340 mm x 250 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered The honoble William Verney Esq:r
Below left P. Lely pinxit.
Below right R. Tompson excudit.

I Before the lettering.
II As described.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5316), London (NPG, D13552), Windsor (RCIN 663087).

References: CS 48; BM 1; Beckett 1951, 547.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown.


54.
Edward Wetenhall
(1636-1713)
By Jan van der Vaart, published by Richard Tompson, after Jan van der Vaart
Mezzotint
350 mm x 250 mm plate size
1678-1679

I Lettered: Edvardus Wetenhall S.S.T.P. / Corcagiensis et Rossensis Episcopus
Below left: I. Vander Vaart / Pinxit et fecit
Below right towards centre: I. Becket fecit
Below right: R. Tompson ex:
II The words et fecit erased.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-6023), Windsor (RCIN 663763).
III Spot on nose removed.
London* (BM, 1902-10-11-6022).

References: CS 9; BM 1.
Location of original painting and related material: Unknown.


King William III, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Peter Lely, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

King William III
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
1678-1679
NPG D29332

55.
D29332
King William III
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
13 3/8 in. x 9 7/8 in. (340 mm x 250 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered His Highness the Prince of Orange
Below left P Lelij Pinxit.
Below right R.Thompson excudit

I ? Before the lettering. Unfinished.
Oxford (Sutherland collection, not seen).
II As described.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5299, trimmed to platemark, dark impression and 1902-10-11-5300, wide margins, and 1874-8-8-1306, counterproof and 1902-10-11-8402, Portraits), London (NPG, D13139, off-white paper and Wheatley's London, vol. III, pt. III, p. 505), Oxford (Sutherland collection, Burnet vol. I, pt. XIII, p. 806 and counterproof), Windsor (RCIN 602987).

References: CS 36; BM 12; Beckett 1951, 566.
Location of original painting and related material: Prime version unknown. See versions in Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (manner of Wissing, A 879) and National Portrait Gallery, London (after Lely, NPG 1902; Piper 1963, pp. 377-78, pl. 18a). For related portrait see whole length attributed to William Wissing after Lely, Mauritshuis, The Hague (231). See also mezzotint published by Alexander Browne (helmet at elbow) (CS 28; BM 11).


56.
King William III as Prince of Orange
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Peter Lely
Mezzotint
250 mm x 205 mm plate size
1678-80
Lettered: His Highness the Prince of Orange
Below left: P Lilly pinxit
Below right: R Thompson excudit
London (BM, 1877-10-13-1210, Portraits), Oxford* (Sutherland collection, Burnet vol. I, pt. VIII, p. 479).

References: CS 37; BM 15.
Location of original painting and related material: Numerous versions and copies in existence; one of the best is in the collection of the Duke of Northumberland, Syon House, London, though without the sash featured in Tompson's print.


Thomas Windham, published by Richard Tompson, after  Sir Ralph Cole, 1678-1679 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Thomas Windham
published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Ralph Cole
1678-1679
NPG D4854

57.
D4854
Thomas Windham
Published by Richard Tompson, after Sir Ralph Cole
Mezzotint
13 3/8 in. x 9 7/8 in. (340 mm x 250 mm) plate size
1678-1679
Lettered Thomas Windham Esq:r
Below centre S:r Ralph Cole Barr:t pinxit.
Below right R. Tomson excudit.

I Before the lettering.
London (BM, 1902-10-11-5318 counterproof).
II As described.
Cambridge (Magdalene, Pepys Library, 2979/105, counterproof), London (BM, 1902-10-11-5317, margins), London (NPG, D4854), Windsor (RCIN 664063).

References: CS 49; BM 1.
Location of original painting and related material: Petworth House (National Trust), Sussex.


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