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Richard Foxe

(circa 1446-1528), Bishop and statesman

Sitter in 12 portraits
A bishop and statesman, Foxe was in charge of Henry VII's administration early in his reign, and undertook important negotiations on his behalf, including the marriage of Prince Arthur and Katherine of Aragon. He was a powerful influence on Henry VIII in his early years.

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Richard Foxe, after Johannes Corvus - NPG 874

Richard Foxe

after Johannes Corvus
oil on panel, late 16th century
NPG 874

Richard Foxe, by Unknown English artist - NPG 5387

Richard Foxe

by Unknown English artist
oil on panel, early 19th century
NPG 5387

Richard Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D24275

Richard Foxe

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24275

Richard Foxe, by John Faber Sr, after  Johannes Corvus - NPG D24273

Richard Foxe

by John Faber Sr, after Johannes Corvus
mezzotint, 1712 or after
NPG D24273

Richard Foxe, by John Faber Sr, after  Johannes Corvus - NPG D24274

Richard Foxe

by John Faber Sr, after Johannes Corvus
mezzotint, 1712 or after
NPG D24274

Richard Foxe, by John Faber Sr, after  Unknown artist - NPG D37788

Richard Foxe

by John Faber Sr, after Unknown artist
mezzotint with line engraved border printed in red ink, 1712 or after
NPG D37788

Richard Foxe, by John Faber Sr, after  Unknown artist - NPG D2014

Richard Foxe

by John Faber Sr, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1712 or after
NPG D2014

Richard Foxe, by George Vertue, after  Johannes Corvus - NPG D24272

Richard Foxe

by George Vertue, after Johannes Corvus
line engraving, 1724
NPG D24272

Richard Foxe, by George Vertue, after  Johannes Corvus - NPG D19246

Richard Foxe

by George Vertue, after Johannes Corvus
engraving, published 1724 (1723)
NPG D19246

Richard Foxe, after Unknown artist - NPG D24276

Richard Foxe

after Unknown artist
etching, early 19th century
NPG D24276

Richard Foxe, after Hans Holbein the Younger - NPG D24277

Richard Foxe

after Hans Holbein the Younger
hand-coloured stipple and aquatint engraving, possibly early 19th century
NPG D24277

Richard Foxe, by Unknown artist - NPG D40076

Richard Foxe

by Unknown artist
hand-coloured etching and aquatint, early 19th century
NPG D40076

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