SMALL head of the Duchess of Marl- borough ; the first print he published.
The Rat-catcher's head, from Vischer; his second print.
Zephyrus in the clouds, with two English verses.
William, Prince of Orange, from Vandyck, small half-length, mezzo- tinto.
Sleeping Venus, with three Cupids and a Satyr, from CoypeL
CLASS I.—ROYAL PORTRAITS.
Four small plates of kings, from William I. to George I. inclusively.
The same, in one plate.
Large set of heads of the kings, for Rapin. Smaller set, ditto.
Monuments of the Confessor, Ed- ward I., Henry V., Henry VII., Ed- ward VI., for the series of Royal Tombs.
Richard II., whole-length, from the painting in Westminster-abbey.
Queen Elizabeth, profile, from Isaac Oliver.
Ditto, from Hilliard, in Hearn's Camden's Elizabetha.
Mary, Queen of Scots, from Zuc- chero, to the knees.
A head of the same, smaller.
The same queen, small, from the picture at St. James's.
Ditto, engraved on gold in an oval, from Dr. Meade's picture, finely exe- cuted.
Small oval of the King and Queen of Bohemia, and one of their children.
Charles I. and his Queen, holding a chaplet of laurel, from Vandyck. Voorst engraved the same picture.
Queen Anne, large oval, afterKneller.
Ditto, crowned, the royal arms at top ; the medals of her reign round the frame.
King George I. very large, 1715.
Ditto, a less size, 1718, better.
Ditto, with flourishes, for some patent, or writing-book.
George, Prince of Wales, large.
The Princess of Wales, smaller.
The same when Queen, large.
Ditto, with an angel bringing a crown ; from Amiconi.
Frederic, Prince of Wales, in a tied periwig and armour, from Boit.
William, Duke of Cumberland, collar of the Bath, from Jarvis.
Princess Mary, holding a basket of flowers ; mezzotinto, very bad. My proof has no inscription.
William Seymour, Duke of Somerset.
Henry Somerset, Duke of Beaufort.
William Cavendish, Duke of New- castle, for the Illustrious Heads.
John, Duke of Marlborough.
John, Duke of Buckingham.
Philip, Duke of Wharton, from Jarvis, no inscription.
Lionel, Duke of Dorset, in robes of the garter.
Ditto, in coronation robes, white staff.
Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, with many devices.
Ditto, smaller, copied from Hollar.
Francis, Earl of Bedford, for the Illustrious Heads.
Edward, Earl of Dorset, ditto.
Heneage, Earl of Winchelsea; blank shield, coronet and supporters, no in- scription ; nor any cross strokes in the figure.
Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, small head.
Edward, Earl of Clarendon, ditto.
Edward, Earl of Sandwich, ditto.
James, Earl of Derwentwater.
Edward, Earl of Oxford.
Charles, Earl of Halifax.
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Publication information: Book title: Anecdotes of Painting in England: With Some Account of the Principal Artists. Volume: 3. Contributors: Horace Walpole - Author. Publisher: Swan Sonnenschein. Place of publication: London. Publication year: 1888. Page number: 280.
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