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William Faithorne Collection

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: King Charles II, 1660-70. Creator: William Faithorne

King Charles II, 1660-70. Creator: William Faithorne
King Charles II, 1660-70

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Queen Henrietta Maria, 1640-1642. Creator: William Faithorne

Queen Henrietta Maria, 1640-1642. Creator: William Faithorne
Queen Henrietta Maria, 1640-1642. Queen Henrietta Maria (1609-69), consort of the ill-fated Charles I, in a highly revealing, excessively low cut dress, respendent with pearl bodice

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, from an original drawing by Faithhorne; Obit 1709, 1814

Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, from an original drawing by Faithhorne; Obit 1709, 1814. Creator: Richard Earlom
Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, from an original drawing by Faithhorne; Obit 1709, 1814. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: John Milton, 1760. Creator: Giovanni Battista Cipriani

John Milton, 1760. Creator: Giovanni Battista Cipriani
John Milton, 1760

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Mary, Princess of Orange, 1641-50. Creator: William Faithorne

Mary, Princess of Orange, 1641-50. Creator: William Faithorne
Mary, Princess of Orange, 1641-50

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Catherine of Braganza, 1662. Creator: William Faithorne

Catherine of Braganza, 1662. Creator: William Faithorne
Catherine of Braganza, 1662

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Sir Henry Spelman (Henricus Spelmannus Eques Auratus), 1664. Creator: William Faithorne

Sir Henry Spelman (Henricus Spelmannus Eques Auratus), 1664. Creator: William Faithorne
Sir Henry Spelman (Henricus Spelmannus Eques Auratus), 1664

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: King Charles I, ca. 1658 Creator: William Faithorne

King Charles I, ca. 1658 Creator: William Faithorne
King Charles I, ca. 1658

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: John Milton, (1943). Creator: George Vertue

John Milton, (1943). Creator: George Vertue
John Milton, (1943). Portrait of English writer and poet John Milton (1608-1674) aged 62 in 1670, according to the Latin inscription

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Prince Rupert. Creator: William Faithorne (British, 1616-1691)

Prince Rupert. Creator: William Faithorne (British, 1616-1691)
Prince Rupert

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Charles I. Creator: William Faithorne (British, 1616-1691)

Charles I. Creator: William Faithorne (British, 1616-1691)
Charles I

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Faithorn, (1616-1691), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Faithorn, (1616-1691), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Faithorn, (1616-1691), 1830. William Faithorne the Elder (1616-1691) English painter and engraver, exiled to France during the English Civil War and returning to England c1650

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Cowley, c1800. Creator: A Smith

Cowley, c1800. Creator: A Smith
Cowley, c1800. Portrait of English poet Abraham Cowley (1618-1667)

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: William Faithorne, c1800. Artist: Alexander Bannerman

William Faithorne, c1800. Artist: Alexander Bannerman
William Faithorne, c1800. Oval portrait of either Willaim Faithorne the Elder, or his son, William Faithorne the Younger. Both were artists and engravers

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Thomas Hobbes, English philosopher, c1668 (1894). Artist: William Faithorne

Thomas Hobbes, English philosopher, c1668 (1894). Artist: William Faithorne
Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), English philosopher, c1668 (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: John Milton, English poet, (1912)

John Milton, English poet, (1912). Miltons (1608-1674) most famous work is his epic Paradise Lost, first published in 1667. He became totally blind in about 1652

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 17th century, (c1920). Artist: R White

Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 17th century, (c1920). Artist: R White
Sir Orlando Bridgeman, 17th century, (c1920). Portrait of Bridgeman (1609-1674), English jurist, lawyer, and politician. Illustration from Story of the British Nation, Volume II

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: William Faithorne, 17th century English artist, c1800. Artist: Alexander Bannerman

William Faithorne, 17th century English artist, c1800. Artist: Alexander Bannerman
William Faithorne, 17th century English artist, c1800. Oval portrait of either William Faithorne the Elder (1616-1691), or his son, William Faithorne the Younger (1656-1701)

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: The Embleme of Englands Distractions, 1658, (1899)

The Embleme of Englands Distractions, 1658, (1899)
The Embleme of Englands Distraction as also of her attained and further expected Freedom and Happines per H. M. 1658, (1899)

Background imageWilliam Faithorne Collection: John Milton, English poet, (19th century)

John Milton, English poet, (19th century). Milton (1608-1674), author of Paradise Lost, became totally blind in about 1652


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