John Pine (1690 - 1756)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Engraver, and printseller in London. Father of painter Robert Edge Pine (d.1788).
John Wood the elder
The Origin Of Building: Or, The Plagiarism Of The Heathens Detected, In Five Books. By John Wood, Architect. - Bath:: 
The Tapestry Hangings Of The House Of Lords: Representing the several Engagements Between the English and Spanish Fleets, In the ever memorable Year MDLXXXVIII, With the Portraits of the Lord High-Admiral, and the other Noble Commanders, taken from the Life. To which are added, From a Book entitled, Expeditionis Hispanorum in Angliam vera Descriptio, A.D. 1588, done, as is supposed, for the said Tapestry to be worked after, Ten Charts of the Sea-Coasts of England, And a General One of England, Scotland, Ireland, France, Holland, &c. Shewing the Places of Action between the two Fleets; Ornamented with Medals struck upon that Occasion, And other suitable Devices. Also an Historical Account of each Day's Action, Collected from the most Authentic Manuscripts and Writers. By John Pine, Engraver. - London,
Parentalia: Or, Memoirs Of The Family of the Wrens; Viz. Of Mathew Bishop of Ely, Christopher Dean of Windsor, &c. But Chiefly Of Sir Christopher Wren, Late Surveyor-General of the Royal Buildings, President of the Royal Society, &c. &c. In which is contained, besides his Works, A great Number of Original Papers and Records; On Religion, Politicks, Anatomy, Mathematicks, Architecture, Antiquities; and most Branches of Polite Literature. Compiled, by his Son Christopher; Now published by his Grandson, Stephen Wren, Esq; With the Care of Joseph Ames, F.R.S. and Secretary to the Society of Antiquaries, London. - London:: 
The Procession and Ceremonies Observed at the Time of the Installation Of The Knights Companions Of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath: Upon Thursday June, 17, 1725. With the Arms, Names Titles, &c. of the Knights Companions, and of their Esquires, As they are fix'd up in Henry VIIth's Chapel in Westminster Abbey. By John Pine, Engraver. N.B. The Portraits of most of the Knights Companions and Officers of the Order are done from Original Pictures painted for the Purpose. - London::