born at Amsterdam, did prints of Sir Bulstrode Whit- locke, Robert Warren, A.M., and Joseph Warder, a physician; some of the plates in the Vitruvius Britannicus; a large view of St. Peter's-church at Rome, &c. and a head of Aaron Hill, for his History of the Ottoman Empire, fol. 1711. After a paralytic illness of two years he died in 1729, and was buried in the Lutheran church of the Savoy, of which he had been warden, and by which community and by a Dutch club he had been supported, after he became incapable of business.
born in Holland, drew many pictures from the life on vellum 1 with a pen, and scraped several mezzotintos, both from paintings and from nature. His most considerable works, and those not excellent, were portraits of the founders of colleges at Oxford and Cambridge. He died at Bristol in May 1721. His son,
surpassed his father by far, and was the next mezzotinter in merit to Smith. He was born in Holland, but brought to England at three years old. His first instructions he received from his father ; afterwards he studied in Vanderbank's academy. He executed a prodigious number of portraits, some of which are bold, free, and beautiful. 2 To____________________
The Beauties at Hampton-court.
The Kit-cat portraits.
The Converted Chinese.
Sir Isaac Newton.
Michael Rysbrach, sculptor.
Enoch Zeeman and George Lambert, painters.
Charles II. sitting in his robes of state.
The taking of Namur, after Wyck.—D.