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Historical Collections of the Noble Families of Cavendish, Holles, Vere, Harley, and Ogle...

Author:
Arthur Collins (British, 1681/82–1760 Holloway)
Engraver:
George Vertue (British, London 1684–1756)
Engraver:
James Cole (British, active London, 1715–74)
Engraver:
Simon Francis Ravenet, the elder (French, 1706 or 1721–1774)
Sitter:
Elizabeth Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury (British, ca. 1527–1608 Hardwick, Derbyshire)
Artist:
Portrait after Cornelius Johnson (British, London, baptised 1593–1661 Utrecht)
Subject of book:
William Cavendish (British, Yorkshire baptised 1593–1676 Nottinghamshire)
Sitter:
William Cavendish (British, Yorkshire baptised 1593–1676 Nottinghamshire)
Artist:
After Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, Antwerp 1599–1641 London)
Subject of book:
Henry Cavendish (British 1630–1691 Nottinghamshire)
Subject of book:
John Holles, I (British, died Nottingham, 1637 )
Subject of book:
John Holles, II (British, Haughton, Nottinghamshire, 1595–1666)
Artist:
Plate of tomb after J. Dowling (British, active ca. 1666 or ca. 1752)
Subject of book:
Denzil Holles (British, 1598–1680)
Sitter:
Denzil Holles (British, 1598–1680)
Subject of book:
Gilbert Holles (British, baptized Hackney 1633–1689 Holborn)
Subject of book:
John Holles, III (British, probably Nottinghamshire 1662–1711 Nottingham)
Subject of book:
Aubrey de Vere (British, London 1627–1703 London)
Subject of book:
Horace Vere (British, 1565–1635 Whitehall)
Sitter:
Horace Vere (British, 1565–1635 Whitehall)
Artist:
After Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt (Netherlandish, Delft 1567–1641 Delft)
Subject of book:
Sir Francis Vere (British, Essex, 1560/61–1609)
Sitter:
Thomas Harley (British, ca. 1543–1631)
Subject of book:
Sir Robert Harley (British, baptized Wigmore, Herefordshire 1579–1656 Ludlow)
Sitter:
Sir Robert Harley (British, baptized Wigmore, Herefordshire 1579–1656 Ludlow)
Artist:
After Peter Oliver (British, London, 1589/1594–1647 Isleworth, Middlesex)
Subject of book:
Sir Edward Harley (British, Brampton Bryan 1624–1700 Brampton Bryan)
Sitter:
Sir Edward Harley (British, Brampton Bryan 1624–1700 Brampton Bryan)
Artist:
After Samuel Cooper (British, London (?) 1608?–1672 London)
Subject of book:
Robert Harley, II (British, London 1661–1724 London)
Sitter:
Robert Harley, II (British, London 1661–1724 London)
Artist:
After Sir Godfrey Kneller (German, Lübeck 1646–1723 London)
Subject of book:
Edward Harley, II (British, Brampton Bryan 1664–1735 London)
Sitter:
Edward Harley, II (British, Brampton Bryan 1664–1735 London)
Artist:
After Jonathan Richardson Sr. (British, London 1667–1745 London)
Subject of book:
Edward Harley, III (British, 1689–1741 London)
Sitter:
Edward Harley, III (British, 1689–1741 London)
Artist:
After Michael Dahl (Swedish, Stockholm 1659–1743 London)
Subject of book:
Robert Ogle, II (British, ca. 1305–1362)
Subject of book:
Robert Ogle, VI (British, ca. 1406–1469)
Dedicatee:
Margaret Cavendish Bentinck (British, London 1715–1785 Buckinghamshire)
Publisher:
Edward Withers (London)
Published in:
London
Date:
1752
Medium:
Illustrations: etching
Dimensions:
13 15/16 x 9 9/16 x 1 3/8 in. (35.4 x 24.3 x 3.5 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of Spencer Bickerton, 1934
Accession Number:
34.79.2
Not on view
Inscription: On title page: James Paull 1760; On fly leaf: Bought at Alexander Angus Auction the 28th February 1780
Spencer Bickerton; Donor: Spencer Bickerton
Univ.cat.I.316
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