Kneller was a German, born at Lubec, so that his English is to be read with a foreign accent.
His wife's portrait is placed in the drawing-room because it was painted by Kneller.
Bishop Atterbury's portrait, drawn by Kneller, and engraved by Vertue, is prefixed to vol.
Hogarth and Kneller were in existence, and Arbuthnot was witty and wise.
Kneller painted a portrait of him for the king, which is said to have been a good likeness.
Kneller was the son of a surveyor at Lbeck, and intended for the army.
These were both engraved by Robert White, and taken from paintings by Kneller.
Portrait by Van der Gucht after Kneller, and other illustrations.
He is said to have studied under Rembrandt; but if this be true, it must have been in Kneller's early youth.
Noble's continuation of Granger enumerates several engravings of him, from Kneller's portraits.