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White, Robert (1645-1703) The foremost pupil of David Loggan and his successor as the chief line-engraver to the print trade. White was a prolific engraver who specialised particularly in the production of portraits, many of them intended as frontispieces for books. He also produced architectural and other prints. A number of the drawings from which his portrait engravings were made survive. In the early 1680s he briefly experimented with mezzotint publishing.

Winstanley, Henry (1644-1703) Projector and owner of a house at Littlebury, Essex, where he displayed mechanical curiosities. He produced plates of Audley End and other country houses, and set of geographical playing cards.