others by Henry Cooke and Tempesta. The second was called, Libro da Disegnare ; eight or ten of the plates by our painter.
He died in Bloomsbury-square, July 17, 1672, and left a son, an ingenious but idle man, according to Vertue, chiefly employed in coach-painting. He led a dissolute life, and died young.
Fuller had one scholar, Charles Woodfield, who entered under him at Oxford, and served seven years. He generally painted views, buildings, monuments, and antiquities; but being as idle as his master's son, often wanted necessaries. He died suddenly in his chair in the year 1724, at the age of seventy-five.
a painter of whom I find no particulars, but that he made views of London before the fire, which proves that he was here early in this reign if not in the last. These views were at Sutton-place in Surrey, and represented Arundel-house, Somerset-house and the Tower. Vertue, who saw them, says they were in a good free taste. 1
an historic painter, was a rival of Fuller, which seems to have been his greatest glory. He was thought to have been poisoned in the West Indies ; but, however, died in England, after having been employed in painting scenes for the theatre in Covent-garden. 2
was born at Antwerp, and arrived at some excellence by copying the works of Vandyck ; he imitated too with success the Flemish masters, as Stone did the Italians ; and for the works of Lely, Remèe told that master that he would copy____________________