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Marmion, Edmond (active 1650-3) Marmion was responsible for a series of etchings of the five senses, and one etched portrait by him is also known. In addition, he produced the drawings for the illustrations to the 1656 edition of Francis Quarles’ Argalus and Parthenia, which were executed by other artists, probably including Richard Gaywood.

Marshall, William (active 1617-48) Marshall was the most prolific engraver of the Caroline period, though little is known about him other than from the prints that he produced. Half his output was of portraits and most of the rest was of engraved title-pages, though he also produced two sets of allegorical figures and few miscellaneous items.