Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the Principal Artists - Vol. 3

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS—VOL. III.

PLATES.

PAGE
William Hogarth facing the title page
F. Zincke and his first Wife 29
Lewis Goupy 31
John Michael Rysbrach 33
L. F. Roubiliac 38
Earl of Burlington 53
William Kent 56
Medallion Portraits of Simon Pass, John Payne, Thomas Cecil, Robert Vaughan, G. Glover, A. Hertocks. William Marshall, and Peter Lombart 119
Robert Van Voerst 161
Luke Vorsterman 162
Winceslaus Hollar 164
William Faithorne 189
Prince Rupert 202
John Evelyn 210
Peter Vanderbank 223
R. Tompson 226
Robert White 228
Hamlet Winstanley 235
Isaac Beeket 246
John Smith 241
John Pine 260
Sir Robert Strange 265
Geurge Vertue 268

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