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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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Henry Maydman of Portsmouth, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D31292

Henry Maydman of Portsmouth

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1691
NPG D31292

Hanserd Knollys, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D29755

Hanserd Knollys

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1692
NPG D29755

Joseph Moxon, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D30334

Joseph Moxon

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1692
NPG D30334

William Atkins, possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D31245

William Atkins

possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1694
NPG D31245

William Atkins, possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D31246

William Atkins

possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1694
NPG D31246

William Atkins, possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D42983

William Atkins

possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1694
NPG D42983

Francis Bugg, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D31295

Francis Bugg

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1698
NPG D31295

Francis Bugg, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D31296

Francis Bugg

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1698
NPG D31296

Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, published by  Joseph Nutting - NPG D29978

Sir Edmund Berry Godfrey

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, published by Joseph Nutting
line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D29978

Francis Bugg, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D31293

Francis Bugg

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1700
NPG D31293

Francis Bugg, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D31294

Francis Bugg

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1700
NPG D31294

Francis Bugg, by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after  Unknown artist - NPG D9272

Francis Bugg

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1700
NPG D9272

William Fuller, possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D31047

William Fuller

possibly by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1703
NPG D31047

William Atkins, possibly after Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D31247

William Atkins

possibly after Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1819
NPG D31247

Sir Nathaniel Barnardisten, by T. Berry, published by  Horatio Rodd, after  Frederick Hendrik van Hove - NPG D27215

Sir Nathaniel Barnardisten

by T. Berry, published by Horatio Rodd, after Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published July 1822
NPG D27215

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Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Simon de Passe
line engraving, circa 1650-1690
NPG D21286

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Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Alban

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove, after Simon de Passe
line engraving, circa 1650-1690
NPG D20313

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Samuel Bolton

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1683
NPG D36308

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Samuel Bolton

by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1683
NPG D36309

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