The latter died in Westminster 1721, aged between sixty and seventy, having been many years in England. His pictures, which were not extraordinary, were sold in 1723. Kip engraved an inside view of the Danish church built by Gibber, and died at near seventy years of age in 1722, in a place called Long-ditch, Westminster. He left a daughter whom he had brought up to painting.
did plates of the Lady Falconberg, and of Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas. Another of his name, Daniel King, 1 who published the Vale Royal of England, drew and engraved the plate of the Cathedral at Chester, and several other views in the same book. His manner resembles Hollar's. 2
his prints mentioned by Ames, are of James Owen, and a woman called Yorkshire Nan. Some of these men seem to have been below Vertue's notice, and consequently are only mentioned here, that I may not seem to have overlooked them. Indeed, though Vertue thought that the art raised its head a little after the arrival of Dorigny, I find very few, except himself, who can pass for tolerable masters. [He also engraved many very interesting and curious topograpical plates.—W. S.]
was very low in his profession, cutting arms on pewter plates, till having studied in the academy, he was employed by Tillemans on a plate of Newmarket, to which he was permitted to put his name, and which, though it did not____________________