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Remigius Hogenberg (circa 1536-circa 1588), Engraver

Artist associated with 9 portraits

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D25183

Matthew Parker

by Remigius Hogenberg
line engraving, published 1573
NPG D25183

D2091

Sir Henry Brooke Cobham

after an engraving by Remigius Hogenberg
line engraving, (1582)
NPG D2091

D25184

Matthew Parker

by Michael Tyson, after Remigius Hogenberg
etching, 1769
NPG D25184

D35503

Matthew Parker

by Michael Tyson, after Remigius Hogenberg
etching, 1769
NPG D35503

D25182

Matthew Parker

by Samuel Woodburn, after Remigius Hogenberg
etching, early 19th century (1572)
NPG D25182

D35500

Matthew Parker

by Samuel Woodburn, after Remigius Hogenberg, possibly after Richard Lyne
etching, early 19th century
NPG D35500

D35501

Matthew Parker

by Samuel Woodburn, after Remigius Hogenberg, possibly after Richard Lyne
etching, early 19th century
NPG D35501

D31837

Queen Elizabeth I as patroness of Geography and Astronomy

by Emery Walker Ltd, after Remigius Hogenberg
collotype, early 20th century (1579)
NPG D31837

D35502

Matthew Parker

by Samuel Woodburn, after Remigius Hogenberg, possibly after Richard Lyne
etching, early 19th century
NPG D35502

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