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John Milton, after a bust attributed to Edward Pearce - NPG 2102

John Milton

after a bust attributed to Edward Pearce
plaster cast of bust, based on a work of 1660
NPG 2102

John Milton, by Horace Montford, after a bust attributed to  Edward Pearce - NPG 1396

John Milton

by Horace Montford, after a bust attributed to Edward Pearce
plaster cast of bust, circa 1860-1919, based on a work of circa 1660
NPG 1396

John Milton, by William Faithorne - NPG 610

John Milton

by William Faithorne
line engraving, 1670
NPG 610

John Milton, by Unknown artist - NPG 3781

John Milton

by Unknown artist
marble bust, after 1674
NPG 3781

Alexander Pope, attributed to Charles Jervas - NPG 112

Alexander Pope

attributed to Charles Jervas
oil on canvas, circa 1713-1715
NPG 112

Alexander Pope, by John Michael Rysbrack - NPG 5854

Alexander Pope

by John Michael Rysbrack
marble bust, 1730
NPG 5854

Alexander Pope, attributed to Jonathan Richardson - NPG 561

Alexander Pope

attributed to Jonathan Richardson
oil on canvas, circa 1738
NPG 561

Alexander Pope, after Louis François Roubiliac - NPG 2483

Alexander Pope

after Louis François Roubiliac
terracotta bust, possibly late 19th century, based on a work of circa 1738
NPG 2483

Alexander Pope, by Jacques Antoine Dassier - NPG 6236

Alexander Pope

by Jacques Antoine Dassier
bronze medal, 1741
NPG 6236

George Frideric Handel, after Thomas Hudson - NPG 8

George Frideric Handel

after Thomas Hudson
oil on canvas, 1756-1800, based on a work of 1756
NPG 8

Samuel Johnson, reduced copy after Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG 1445

Samuel Johnson

reduced copy after Sir Joshua Reynolds
oil on canvas, mid 19th century, based on a work of circa 1769
NPG 1445