Thomas Herring (1693-1757), Archbishop of Canterbury
Sitter in 7 portraits
attributed to Thomas Hudsonoil on canvas, circa 1748On display at Old Palace School, LondonNPG 4895
by James Macardell, after Joseph Samuel Webstermezzotint, mid 18th centuryNPG D35721
by John Faber Jr, published by Thomas Bowles Jr, published by John Bowles, published by Carington Bowles, probably after Thomas Hudsonmezzotint, before 1763 (circa 1748)NPG D35720
after George White, after Thomas Hudsonmezzotint, (1748)NPG D3014
by Bernard Baron, after William Hogarthline engraving, published 1750 (1744)NPG D35718
by Bernard Baron, published by John Hinton, after William Hogarthline engraving, published 1750 (1744)NPG D35719
John Potter; King George II; Thomas Herring
by Unknown engraverline engravingNPG D13952
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