‘Samuel Cooper’ historical pictures (exact matches)

Oliver Cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
Portrait of Nell Gwynne
Portrait of Nell Gwynne
Oliver Cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
Portrait of Henrietta, Duchess of Orléans
Portrait of Henrietta, Duchess of Orléans
Portrait of Frances Teresa Stuart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, in Male Costume
Portrait of Frances Teresa Stuart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, in Male Costume
Portrait of Samuel Cooper
Portrait of Samuel Cooper
Charles II, king of England
Charles II, king of England
Portrait of a Gentleman
Portrait of a Gentleman
Samuel Cooper
Samuel Cooper
Charles Stuart, third Duke of Richmond and sixth Duke of Lennox
Charles Stuart, third Duke of Richmond and sixth Duke of Lennox
Portrait of a woman
Portrait of a woman
Portrait of Oliver Cromwell
Portrait of Oliver Cromwell
Portrait of a Man in Armour
Portrait of a Man in Armour
Thomas Fairfax, third Lord Fairfax of Cameron
Thomas Fairfax, third Lord Fairfax of Cameron
Mrs Claypole (Elizabeth Cromwell), second daughter of Oliver Cromwell
Mrs Claypole (Elizabeth Cromwell), second daughter of Oliver Cromwell
The Late National Portrait Exhibition, Oliver Cromwell
The Late National Portrait Exhibition, Oliver Cromwell
Samuel Cooper STD ecclesiæ apud botonienses pastor amantissimus
Samuel Cooper STD ecclesiæ apud botonienses pastor amantissimus
Charles II, King of England
Charles II, King of England
John Milton
John Milton
Group of Six Miniatures
Group of Six Miniatures
John Thurloe
John Thurloe
General George Monk (afterwards Duke of Albermarle)
General George Monk (afterwards Duke of Albermarle)
Group of Five Miniatures
Group of Five Miniatures
John Milton, English poet
John Milton, English poet
Henry Carey, Second Earl of Monmouth
Henry Carey, Second Earl of Monmouth
Samuel Cooper
Samuel Cooper
Samuel Cooper
Samuel Cooper
Statesmen and Generals, Confederacy
Statesmen and Generals, Confederacy
George Gordon, second marquess of Huntley
George Gordon, second marquess of Huntley
Old St Pancras Church, as it was in 1740
Old St Pancras Church, as it was in 1740
Samuel Cooper
Samuel Cooper