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Faber, John, Junior Wikipedia (en)-test ISNI-test

Faber, John, 1684-1756 National Library of Portugal German National Library

Faber, John, Jr., 19..-... Sudoc [ABES], France

Faber, John, the younger (Dutch printmaker, ca. 1695-1756, active in England) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Faber, John, 1695?-1756 Library of Congress/NACO

Faber Jr., John, ca. 1695-1756 National Library of the Netherlands-test

Faber, John the Younger ca. 1684-1756 National Library of Spain

Faber, John, approximately 1684-1756 National Library of Australia

VIAF ID: 79456294 (Personal)


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  • 551 _ _ ‎‡a  Den Haag German National Library
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  1. [Portrait de William Walsh, Esq.r] ‎(1) Sudoc [ABES], France
  2. [Kings and Queens of England] ‎(1) National Library of Spain
  3. [John Wesley M.H.] ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  4. The Kit-Cat Club ‎(1) Library of Congress/NACO
  5. Portret van Willem III, koning van Groot-Brittannie͏̈ (1650-1702) ‎(1) National Library of the Netherlands-test
  6. Isaacus Newton Equ.s ‎(1) National Library of Portugal
  7. D. Josephi Carreras Hispani ‎(1) National Library of Portugal
  8. : the [[kit-cat club]] at one time held its meetings in fountain court, [[the strand, london]], where faber also lived. faber was engaged on the engravings from 1731 to 1735, and in the latter year they were published by him and [[jacob tonson]].<ref name=dnb/>faber occasionally produced other types of subject, such as ‎(1) Wikipedia (en)-test
  9. .among his early works were portraits of [[charles i of england]] (1717), [[charles xii of sweden]] (1718), [[sir george byng]] (1718), [[eustace budgell]] (1720), and others. faber presents the transitional period from kneller to that of [[joshua reynolds]] and [[thomas gainsborough]]. more than 400 of his portraits survive.<ref name=dnb/>[[file:benn's club (robert alsop; william benn; john blashford) by john faber jr.jpg|thumb|"benn's club", with robert alsop; william benn; john blashford.]]his works include a whole-length of [[jane collier]], and one of [[father couplet]] (from a picture by kneller at windsor); also the portraits of charles ii in his robes of state (after lely), [[ignatius loyola]] (after [[titian]]), [[don jose carreras]] (after kneller), and the six aldermen known as "benn's club" (after hudson). he published sets of engravings, among the best known being ‎(1) Wikipedia (en)-test
  10. , and ‎(1) Wikipedia (en)-test

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