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Artist associated with 16 portraits
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Sir Charles Wager
by and published by John Faber Jr, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, early to mid 18th centuryNPG D27535
by George Vertue, after Isaac Whoodline engraving, engraved 1710NPG D7584
by George Vertue, after Isaac Whoodline engraving, 1710?NPG D7585
Francis Bolton (?)
by Isaac Whood, after Unknown artistetching, 1724NPG D3760
by John Faber Jr, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, circa 1725-1750NPG D3884
by and published by John Faber Jr, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, (1733)NPG D35873
by Alexander van Aken, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, 1735 (1734)NPG D34862
by Alexander van Aken, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, 1735 (1734)NPG D1736
by Alexander van Aken, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, late 1730sNPG D4273
by and sold by John Faber Jr, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, 1740 (1730)NPG D39916
by and sold by John Faber Jr, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, 1740 (1730)NPG D4112
by John Faber Jr, after Isaac Whoodmezzotint, (1742)NPG D2397
by George Vertue, after Isaac Whoodline engraving, engraved 1746NPG D7818
Wriothesley Russell, 3rd Duke of Bedford
by Henry Bone, possibly after Isaac Whoodpencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, January 1823NPG D17205
attributed to Isaac Whoodoil on canvas, circa 1720On display in Room 13 at the National Portrait GalleryNPG 6377
by Thomas Cook, after Isaac Whoodline engraving, published 1782NPG D14519
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