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Frederick Hendrik van Hove

(circa 1628-1698), Engraver

Artist associated with 79 portraits
Frederick Hendrick Van Hove was born in The Hague. He studied under F. Bouttats in Antwerp before moving back to work in his hometown as a draughtsman and engraver. He came to London in around 1692, where he worked for the last years of his life.

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Thomas Watson, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D29709

Thomas Watson

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1662
NPG D29709

Thomas Watson, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, published by  Arthur Bettesworth - NPG D42199

Thomas Watson

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, published by Arthur Bettesworth
line engraving, circa 1662
NPG D42199

John Pearson, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  William Sunman (Sonmans) - NPG D29563

John Pearson

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after William Sunman (Sonmans)
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D29563

John Pearson, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D29565

John Pearson

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D29565

William Bluck, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D29993

William Bluck

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D29993

Thomas Killigrew, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D30009

Thomas Killigrew

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30009

William Salmon, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D30081

William Salmon

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30081

Samuel Speed, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D30177

Samuel Speed

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30177

Edward Cocker, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D30458

Edward Cocker

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30458

Sir Henry Morgan, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D30701

Sir Henry Morgan

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30701

Monument dedicated to William Sancroft, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D30874

Monument dedicated to William Sancroft

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30874

John Case, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D30970

John Case

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D30970

King William III, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D31052

King William III

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D31052

John Hopkins, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D31266

John Hopkins

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D31266

William Bluck, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D16429

William Bluck

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D16429

Sir Thomas Browne, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D30050

Sir Thomas Browne

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1672
NPG D30050

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 Sutton, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D26146

Thomas Sutton

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, 1677
NPG D26146

Sir Matthew Hale, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D29864

Sir Matthew Hale

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1677
NPG D29864

Sir Matthew Hale, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D29871

Sir Matthew Hale

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1677
NPG D29871

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