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Henry Sacheverell

(baptised 1674-1724), Church of England clergyman and religious controversialist

Sitter in 24 portraits

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Henry Sacheverell, by Joseph Nutting, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D31476

Henry Sacheverell

by Joseph Nutting, after Anthony Russel
line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D31476

Henry Sacheverell, after Anthony Russel - NPG D31480

Henry Sacheverell

after Anthony Russel
line engraving, early to mid 18th century
NPG D31480

Henry Sacheverell, after Anthony Russel - NPG D31481

Henry Sacheverell

after Anthony Russel
line engraving, early to mid 18th century
NPG D31481

Henry Sacheverell, after Thomas Gibson - NPG D31482

Henry Sacheverell

after Thomas Gibson
line engraving, 18th century (in or before 1710)
NPG D31482

Henry Sacheverell, by Andrew Johnston, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D31474

Henry Sacheverell

by Andrew Johnston, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, (in or before 1710)
NPG D31474

Henry Sacheverell, after Unknown artist - NPG D31477

Henry Sacheverell

after Unknown artist
line engraving, circa 1710
NPG D31477

Henry Sacheverell, by Andrew Johnston, published by  Philip Overton, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D31483

Henry Sacheverell

by Andrew Johnston, published by Philip Overton, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, (in or before 1710)
NPG D31483

Henry Sacheverell, by John Smith, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D31485

Henry Sacheverell

by John Smith, after Anthony Russel
mezzotint, 1710 (1710)
NPG D31485

Henry Sacheverell, by Andrew Johnston, published by  Philip Overton, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D39980

Henry Sacheverell

by Andrew Johnston, published by Philip Overton, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, (in or before 1710)
NPG D39980

Henry Sacheverell, by John Smith, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D39981

Henry Sacheverell

by John Smith, after Anthony Russel
mezzotint, 1710 (1710)
NPG D39981

Henry Sacheverell, by Andrew Johnston, published by  Philip Overton, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D4125

Henry Sacheverell

by Andrew Johnston, published by Philip Overton, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, (in or before 1710)
NPG D4125

Henry Sacheverell, by and published by Pieter Schenck, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D4126

Henry Sacheverell

by and published by Pieter Schenck, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, published 1710 (in or before 1710)
NPG D4126

Henry Sacheverell, by John Smith, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D4128

Henry Sacheverell

by John Smith, after Anthony Russel
mezzotint, 1710 (1710)
NPG D4128

Henry Sacheverell, by Andrew Johnston, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D5868

Henry Sacheverell

by Andrew Johnston, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, 1710 (in or before 1710)
NPG D5868

Henry Sacheverell, by John Smith, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D11587

Henry Sacheverell

by John Smith, after Anthony Russel
mezzotint, 1710 (1710)
NPG D11587

Henry Sacheverell, by George Vertue, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D31484

Henry Sacheverell

by George Vertue, after Anthony Russel
line engraving, 1714 (1710)
NPG D31484

Henry Sacheverell, by George Vertue, after  Anthony Russel - NPG D18164

Henry Sacheverell

by George Vertue, after Anthony Russel
engraving, 1714 (1710)
NPG D18164

Henry Sacheverell, published by Philip Overton, after  Thomas Gibson - NPG D20096

Henry Sacheverell

published by Philip Overton, after Thomas Gibson
mezzotint, published circa 1725-1745 (1710 or before)
NPG D20096

Henry Sacheverell, after Anthony Russel - NPG D31475

Henry Sacheverell

after Anthony Russel
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D31475

Henry Sacheverell, after Anthony Russel - NPG D31478

Henry Sacheverell

after Anthony Russel
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D31478

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