79 of 79 portraits by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
by Frederick Hendrik van Hove
line engraving, published 1683
4 in. x 2 7/8 in. (101 mm x 74 mm) plate size; 4 1/8 in. x 3 1/8 in. (106 mm x 80 mm) paper size
Given by Ernest E. Leggatt, 1912
Sitterback to top
- Samuel Bolton (1605 or 1606-1654), Clergyman and college head. Sitter in 7 portraits.
Artistback to top
- Frederick Hendrik van Hove (circa 1628-1698), Engraver. Artist associated with 79 portraits.
Events of 1683back to top
Current affairsRye House Plot, a conspiracy to murder the king and his heir, James, Duke of York, is leaked to the government by minor conspirator, Josiah Keeling. Arrests follow; some conspirators are executed, others pardoned while several flee the country.
Worst ever recorded frost in England freezes the Thames.
Art and scienceEngland's first public museum, the Ashmolean Museum, is opened by Oxford University to house a substantial collection donated by the Antiquary, Elias Ashmole.
InternationalFinancial constraints forces Charles II to decide to relinquish Tangiers, an English possession since 1661, unable to continue its defence against the Moors. Admiral, George Legge, Baron Dartmouth, is commissioned to oversee the port's demolition. Diarist, Samuel Pepys accompanies Dartmouth as his secretary during the expedition.
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