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Inigo Jones

(1573-1652), Architect

Sitter in 31 portraits
Architect; introduced the Italianate style of building to England; designed the elaborate sets for court masques, often working in collaboration with Ben Jonson; his most important and influential buildings are the Queen's House, Greenwich, and the Banquetting House, Whitehall.

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Inigo Jones, by William Holl Sr, or by  William Holl Jr, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D28345

Inigo Jones

by William Holl Sr, or by William Holl Jr, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D28345

Inigo Jones, by Richard Earlom, published by  Josiah Boydell, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D28339

Inigo Jones

by Richard Earlom, published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, published 2 September 1811 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D28339

Inigo Jones, by Richard Earlom, published by  Josiah Boydell, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D3187

Inigo Jones

by Richard Earlom, published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, published 2 September 1811 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D3187

Inigo Jones, by P. Rothwell, published by  William Richardson, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D28346

Inigo Jones

by P. Rothwell, published by William Richardson, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published 1812 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D28346

Inigo Jones, by Edward A. Smith, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D28350

Inigo Jones

by Edward A. Smith, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published March 1821 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D28350

Inigo Jones, by Henry Richard Cook, published by  John Major, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D28347

Inigo Jones

by Henry Richard Cook, published by John Major, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published 15 September 1826 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D28347

Inigo Jones, by William Camden Edwards, published by  John Samuel Murray, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D15250

Inigo Jones

by William Camden Edwards, published by John Samuel Murray, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published 1830 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D15250

Inigo Jones, by Charles Frederick Carter, after  John Michael Rysbrack - NPG D2920

Inigo Jones

by Charles Frederick Carter, after John Michael Rysbrack
bronze medal, 1849
NPG D2920

Inigo Jones, by Thomas Sherratt, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D36712

Inigo Jones

by Thomas Sherratt, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published 1888 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D36712

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Inigo Jones

by Wenceslaus Hollar, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching, 1655
NPG D18697

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Inigo Jones

by Richard Earlom, published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, published 2 September 1811 (circa 1632-1635)
NPG D18818

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