Sitter in 16 portraits
by Hieronymus Cockengraving, 1555NPG D19919
possibly by Thomas Crossline engraving, possibly 17th centuryNPG D24297
by James Clark, or by John Clarke (Clark)line engraving, possibly 17th centuryNPG D24298
after Unknown artistline engraving, perhaps 17th centuryNPG D24300
after Unknown artistline engraving, possibly 17th centuryNPG D24301
after Albrecht Dürerline engraving, probably 17th century (1526)NPG D23475
by and published by Wallerant Vaillantmezzotint, circa 1650-1675NPG D18974
by Peter Paul Bouchéline engraving, 1689NPG D24302
possibly by Jacobus Houbrakenline engraving, probably 18th centuryNPG D24295
by Richard Houston, after Hans Holbein the Youngermezzotint, probably 18th centuryNPG D24296
by Richard Houstonmezzotint, probably mid to late 18th centuryNPG D24293
by Richard Houston, after Hans Holbein the Youngermezzotint, circa 1750-1775NPG D19939
by Thomas Hollowayline engraving, published 1795NPG D24294
by Thomas Priscottetching, published 1817NPG D24299
by John Faber Sr, after Hans Holbein the Youngermezzotint, (1523)NPG D18785
by Pieter Stevens van Gunst, after Hans Holbein the Youngerline engraving, circa 1700-1724NPG D19581
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