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Pietro Vermigli (1499-1562), Reformer, Theologian and known as 'Peter Martyr'

Sitter associated with 12 portraits
Known as Peter Martyr; Protestant theologian. Born in Florence, he fled Italy as a heretic (1542). He was brought to London by Cranmer (1547) and appointed Professor of Divinity at Oxford (1548). Left England in 1553, but corresponded with him in Strasburg and later in Zurich.

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195

Pietro Vermigli

by Unknown artist
oil on panel, transferred to canvas, 1560
NPG 195

D24786

Theologian Medallions

after Unknown artist
woodcut, possibly 17th century
NPG D24786

D42454

The Primitive Reformers

by Unknown artist
etching, 17th century
NPG D42454

D45996

Pietro Vermigli

by Hendrik Hondius (Hond)
line engraving, circa 1602
NPG D45996

D45997

Pietro Vermigli

by Hendrik Hondius (Hond)
line engraving, circa 1602
NPG D45997

D24843

Pietro Vermigli

by John Sturt
line engraving, probably late 17th to early 18th century
NPG D24843

D24846

Pietro Vermigli

possibly by Nicholas Pitaut II, after Adriaen van der Werff
line engraving, 1697
NPG D24846

D24844

Pietro Vermigli

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24844

D24845

Pietro Vermigli

by Thomas Trotter
line engraving, 1779
NPG D24845

D45999

Pietro Vermigli

after Unknown artist
woodcut, late 16th century?
NPG D45999

D4564

Pietro Vermigli

by Richard Houston, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, published 1759
NPG D4564

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