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Biography

John Riley, or Ryley, (1646 – March 1691) was an English portrait painter. He painted portraits of Charles II and James II, and was court painter to William III and Mary II. One of his pupils was Jonathan Richardson.

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Artworks

John Riley James Sotheby

c.1690

John Riley Study of a Nude Man

date not known

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