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Later Stuart Portraits Catalogue

John Lake (1624-1689), Bishop of Chichester

See also J. Ingamells, The English Episcopal Portrait 1559-1835, catalogue, 1981, p 261.

Painting by Mary Beale, three-quarter-length seated, own dark hair with academic cap, wearing rochet and chimere, signed and dated. St John’s College, Cambridge (listed R. Jeffree, ‘The Excellent Mrs Mary Beale’, exhibition catalogue, Geffrye Museum, London, and Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, 1975-76, p 70, no.78; illus. J. Ingamells, The English Episcopal Portrait 1559-1835, catalogue, 1981).

Unattributed painting, bust-length, with skullcap, wearing rochet and chimere. Corpus Christi College, Oxford (Mrs R. L. Poole, Catalogue of Portraits in the possession of the University, Colleges, City and County of Oxford, II, p 269, no.18). Comparable to the portrait of Lake seen in NPG 79.

Engraving by D. Loggan, half-length oval in skullcap, wearing rochet and chimere (D. Loggan sculp: 1688). Used in Loggan’s plate of the Seven Bishops.

See NPG 79 and NPG 152a.

Doubtful Portraits
Painting from the circle of Mary Beale, half-length in clerical robes. Sotheby’s (Colonnade), 19-20 February 1997, lot 150.

See Simon Patrick.

This extended catalogue entry is from the National Portrait Gallery collection catalogue: John Ingamells, National Portrait Gallery: Later Stuart Portraits 1685-1714, National Portrait Gallery, 2009, and is as published then. For the most up-to-date details on individual Collection works, we recommend reading the information provided in the Search the Collection results on this website in parallel with this text.