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John Foxe

(1516-1587), Martyrologist

Sitter in 26 portraits
Protestant theologist; wrote Actes and Monuments, commonly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs, first published in English in 1563.

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John Foxe, by Unknown artist - NPG 24

John Foxe

by Unknown artist
oil on panel, 1587
NPG 24

John Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D25273

John Foxe

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 17th century
NPG D25273

John Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D33376

John Foxe

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 17th century
NPG D33376

John Foxe, possibly by Magdalena de Passe, possibly by  Willem de Passe - NPG D25277

John Foxe

possibly by Magdalena de Passe, possibly by Willem de Passe
line engraving, 1620
NPG D25277

John Foxe, by Simon de Passe - NPG D2368

John Foxe

by Simon de Passe
line engraving, published 1620
NPG D2368

John Foxe, by Martin Droeshout - NPG D25275

John Foxe

by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, 1620s-1630s
NPG D25275

John Foxe, by George Glover - NPG D25271

John Foxe

by George Glover
line engraving, 1641
NPG D25271

John Foxe, by George Glover - NPG D2367

John Foxe

by George Glover
line engraving, published 1641
NPG D2367

John Foxe, by Sebastian Furck - NPG D33375

John Foxe

by Sebastian Furck
line engraving, published 1650
NPG D33375

John Foxe, by Sebastian Furck, published by  Martin Droeshout - NPG D20257

John Foxe

by Sebastian Furck, published by Martin Droeshout
line engraving, published 1650
NPG D20257

John Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D25272

John Foxe

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1651
NPG D25272

John Foxe, by John Sturt, after  George Glover - NPG D37982

John Foxe

by John Sturt, after George Glover
line engraving, published 1684
NPG D37982

John Foxe, by John Sturt, after  George Glover - NPG D37985

John Foxe

by John Sturt, after George Glover
line engraving, published 1684
NPG D37985

John Foxe, by John Sturt, after  George Glover - NPG D37986

John Foxe

by John Sturt, after George Glover
line engraving, published 1684
NPG D37986

John Foxe, by John Sturt, after  George Glover - NPG D37987

John Foxe

by John Sturt, after George Glover
line engraving, published 1684
NPG D37987

John Foxe, by John Sturt, after  George Glover - NPG D37988

John Foxe

by John Sturt, after George Glover
line engraving, published 1684
NPG D37988

John Foxe, by John Sturt, after  George Glover - NPG D37989

John Foxe

by John Sturt, after George Glover
line engraving, published 1684
NPG D37989

John Foxe, by T. Smith - NPG D25274

John Foxe

by T. Smith
line engraving, probably 18th century
NPG D25274

John Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D25276

John Foxe

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D25276

John Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D25278

John Foxe

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D25278

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