an humble author; to this print are these jingling rhymes—
"The printer's profit, not my pride,
Hath this idea signify'd;
For he push'd out the merry pay,
And Mr. Gaywood made it gay." 1
Cuthbert Sidenham, 1654; Lady Eleanor Temple, with four quibbling verses, 1658; Vandyck; Charles (II.) King of Scots; Lipsius; Mahomet; Monsieur de Balzac; Doctor Faustus; a head of Christina (probably imaginary) for Fowler's Troubles of Sweden and Poland; and a few more.
Charles I. oval, in a hat and cloak.
Queen Henrietta, in mourning.
Elizabeth, daughter of Charles I.
with an angel drawing a veil.
Charles II. after Hanneman.
The same, equestrian.
Catherine, Queen of Charles II.
George Monke, Duke of Albemarle. From Barlowe, 6l. 6s.—Bindley.
Jerome Weston, Earl of Portland.
Sir Peter Temple, Baronet.
Sir Kenelm Digby.
Sir P. P. Rubens.
Sir A. Vandyck.
Alathea, Countess of Arundel.
Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, (bust.)
Madame Anne Kirk, sitting, (scarce etching.)
James Shirley, poet. A bust, 4l. 8s.—S.
John Evelyn, Esq.
Archy, the King's Jester, 6l. 5s.— Bindley.
A set of Birds; another of Animals, after Barlow. A set of Lions and Leopards, after Rubens, all excellent.
were disciples of Hollar; the former, like Gaywood, wrote himself, Quondam Discipulus. 2 His most considerable work was the set of etchings for the life of Æsop, prefixed to the latter edition of Barlow's Æsop. Robert Pryke was another of his scholars, and published Pierre Le Muet's Architecture in 1675.____________________