a Dutchman, was scholar of Lely, whose works he copied in great perfection, and some of Vandyck's, particularly the Earl of Strafford, which was in the possession of Watson, Earl of Rockingham. Vertue mentions the portraits of Mr. Davenant and his wife, son of Sir William, by Buckshorn. He painted draperies for Sir Peter, and dying at the age of thirty-five, was buried at St. Martin's.
the most promising of Lely's scholars, was born at Salisbury, 3 of a good family, and at twenty copied Vandyck's picture of Killigrew with the dog so well, that it was mistaken for the original. 4 The print of Sir William Davenant, with his nose flattened, is taken from a painting of Greenhill. His heads in crayons were much admired, and that he sometimes engraved, appears from a print of his brother Henry, 5 a merchant of Salisbury, done by him in 1667 ; it has a long inscription in Latin. At first he was very laborious, but becoming acquainted with the players, he fell into a debauched course of life, and coming home late one night from the Vine tavern, he tumbled into a kennel in Long- acre, and being carried to Parrey Walton's, the painter in Lincoln's-inn-fields, where he lodged, died in his bed that____________________
Thomas Herbert, eighth Earl of Pembroke. Hinton, Somerset.
Lady Paulet. Esme, Duke of Richmond. Philip, Earl of Pembroke. William Powlett, Marquis of Winchester. Horace, Lord Vere, copies in crayons. Ditto.—D.