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William Sheppard

(active 1641-1660), Portrait painter

Artist associated with 14 portraits

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Thomas Killigrew, by William Sheppard - NPG 3795

Thomas Killigrew

by William Sheppard
oil on canvas, 1650
NPG 3795

Thomas Killigrew, by Ignatius Joseph van den Berghe, after  William Sheppard - NPG D3490

Thomas Killigrew

by Ignatius Joseph van den Berghe, after William Sheppard
stipple engraving, (1650)
NPG D3490

Thomas Killigrew, after William Sheppard - NPG D3518

Thomas Killigrew

after William Sheppard
pencil, (1650)
NPG D3518

Thomas Killigrew, by William Faithorne, after  William Sheppard - NPG D22824

Thomas Killigrew

by William Faithorne, after William Sheppard
line engraving, published 1664 (1650)
NPG D22824

Thomas Killigrew, by William Faithorne, after  William Sheppard - NPG D22825

Thomas Killigrew

by William Faithorne, after William Sheppard
line engraving, published 1664 (1650)
NPG D22825

Thomas Killigrew, by William Faithorne, after  William Sheppard - NPG D22826

Thomas Killigrew

by William Faithorne, after William Sheppard
line engraving, published 1664 (1650)
NPG D22826

Thomas Killigrew, by William Faithorne, after  William Sheppard - NPG D22827

Thomas Killigrew

by William Faithorne, after William Sheppard
line engraving, published 1664 (1650)
NPG D22827

Thomas Killigrew, by William Faithorne, after  William Sheppard - NPG D30004

Thomas Killigrew

by William Faithorne, after William Sheppard
line engraving, published 1664
NPG D30004

Thomas Killigrew, by William Faithorne, after  William Sheppard - NPG D19236

Thomas Killigrew

by William Faithorne, after William Sheppard
line engraving, published 1664 (1650)
NPG D19236

Sir Henry Terne, by William Faithorne, published by  John Overton, after  William Sheppard - NPG D22956

Sir Henry Terne

by William Faithorne, published by John Overton, after William Sheppard
line engraving, circa 1666-1679
NPG D22956

James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, by William Faithorne, published by  John Overton, after  William Sheppard - NPG D22955

James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch

by William Faithorne, published by John Overton, after William Sheppard
line engraving, circa 1674-1679
NPG D22955

James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch, probably by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  William Sheppard - NPG D35402

James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch

probably by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after William Sheppard
line engraving, circa 1675-1685
NPG D35402

Thomas Killigrew, by Ignatius Joseph van den Berghe, after  William Sheppard - NPG D30005

Thomas Killigrew

by Ignatius Joseph van den Berghe, after William Sheppard
stipple engraving, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D30005

Thomas Killigrew, by Edward Scriven, after  William Sheppard - NPG D30006

Thomas Killigrew

by Edward Scriven, after William Sheppard
stipple engraving, published 1810
NPG D30006

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