a Dutch painter of history, commended by Graham. There is a St. Luke by him in Painters'-hall. He died about 1686.
of the same country with the preceding, came to England in the reign of Charles II. and got into good business after the death of Sir Peter Lely; but having drawn the king with less applause than Riley, he was disgusted, and retired to Oxford, where he was employed by the University, and painted for them the large pictures of their founders, now in the Picture-gallery. He drew Dean Fell, father of the bishop, and Mr. William Adams, son of him who published the Villare Anglicanum. In term-time, Sunman went constantly to Oxford ; the rest of the year he passed in London, and died at his house in Gerard-street, about 1707. 1
an English artist, of whom I can find no record, but that he lived in this reign, near the Royal Exchange, painted Thom. Killigrew with his dog, now at Lord Godolphin's, and retired into Yorkshire, where he died. 2
a Swiss, scholar of one Warner, whose manner he imitated, was also an architect. Standing on the walls at the siege of Vienna, he was wounded in the knee. The latter part of his time he lived in England, and died at Mortlake.
a Fleming, was settled with his family at Lisbon, from whence they followed Catherine of Portugal to England.____________________