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Gilbert Jackson

(active 1621-1643), Artist

Artist associated with 3 portraits
Gilbert Jackson, portrait painter, was probably based in London but worked in different parts of the country painting the local gentry. Jackson was an independent picture-maker but he was made a freeman of the Painter-Stainers' Company in 1640. Little else is known about his life.

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Sir John Bankes, Bt, possibly after Gilbert Jackson - NPG 1069

Sir John Bankes, Bt

possibly after Gilbert Jackson
oil on canvas, based on a work of 1641
NPG 1069

Sir John Bankes, Bt, by Henry Bone, possibly after  Gilbert Jackson - NPG D17344

Sir John Bankes, Bt

by Henry Bone, possibly after Gilbert Jackson
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1821 (circa 1643)
NPG D17344

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