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Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk (1473-1554), Politician and uncle of Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard

Sitter associated with 13 portraits
Norfolk was one of the most powerful noblemen in Tudor England. He was instrumental in the downfall of Cardinal Wolsey and Thomas Cromwell and presided over the trial of his niece, Ann Boleyn.

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D8762

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

after Unknown artist
woodcut, mid 16th century
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D24214

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

by Lucas Vorsterman, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, probably 17th century
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D32038

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

by Lucas Vorsterman, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D32038

D32039

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

by Lucas Vorsterman, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D32039

D33248

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

published by Balthasar Moncornet, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D33248

D42571

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

probably published by Balthasar Moncornet, after Hans Holbein the Younger
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D42571

D42570

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

after Hans Holbein the Younger
etching, mid-late 17th century
NPG D42570

D20179

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

published by Balthasar Moncornet, after Hans Holbein the Younger
engraving, published circa 1650-1668
NPG D20179

D24216

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

by Pieter Stevens van Gunst, after Adriaen van der Werff
line engraving, published 1797
NPG D24216

D24215

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

after Hans Holbein the Younger
etching, early 19th century
NPG D24215

D17223

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

by Henry Bone, after Unknown artist, after Hans Holbein the Younger
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, September 1817
NPG D17223

D38988

Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk

published by Franz Hanfstaengl, after Hans Holbein the Younger
photogravure, late 19th century
NPG D38988