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Sir Nicholas Throckmorton

(1515-1571), Diplomat

Sitter associated with 5 portraits
A relation of Katherine Parr, Throckmorton was a staunch Protestant, and a supporter of Lady Jane Grey, though he served as a Member of Parliament under all the Tudor monarchs including the Catholic queen, Mary I. His importance during the reign of Elizabeth I was principally as an ambassador to France and to Scotland.

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Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, by Unknown Anglo-Netherlandish artist - NPG 3800

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton

by Unknown Anglo-Netherlandish artist
oil on panel, circa 1562
On display in Room 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3800

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, by George Perfect Harding, after  Unknown Anglo-Netherlandish artist - NPG 1492(a)

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton

by George Perfect Harding, after Unknown Anglo-Netherlandish artist
watercolour, circa 1812 (after circa 1562)
On display in Room 3 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1492(a)

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, by George Vertue - NPG D25362

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton

by George Vertue
line engraving, 1747
NPG D25362

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton, by Henry Bone, after  Unknown artist - NPG D17125

Sir Nicholas Throckmorton

by Henry Bone, after Unknown artist
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, November 1813
NPG D17125

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