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Richard Hooker

(1554-1600), Theologian and philosopher

Sitter associated with 17 portraits
Richard Hooker was an Anglican priest and an influential theologian. Hooker's emphases on reason, tolerance and inclusiveness considerably influenced the development of Anglicanism. He was the co-founder (with Thomas Cranmer and Matthew Parker) of Anglican theological thought.

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Richard Hooker, after Unknown artist - NPG D25243

Richard Hooker

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly mid to late 17th century
NPG D25243

Richard Hooker, by Walter Dolle - NPG D25244

Richard Hooker

by Walter Dolle
line engraving, probably mid to late 17th century
NPG D25244

Richard Hooker, by Wenceslaus Hollar - NPG D25245

Richard Hooker

by Wenceslaus Hollar
etching, mid to late 17th century
NPG D25245

Richard Hooker, after Unknown artist - NPG D25246

Richard Hooker

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly mid to late 17th century
NPG D25246

Richard Hooker, by William Faithorne - NPG D22791

Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1662 or after
NPG D22791

Richard Hooker, by William Faithorne - NPG D22792

Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1662 or after
NPG D22792

Richard Hooker, by William Faithorne - NPG D20233

Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1662 or after
NPG D20233

Richard Hooker, by William Faithorne - NPG D20555

Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1662 or after
NPG D20555

Richard Hooker, by William Faithorne - NPG D22793

Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1666
NPG D22793

Richard Hooker, after Unknown artist - NPG D25250

Richard Hooker

after Unknown artist
line engraving, probably mid 18th century
NPG D25250

Richard Hooker, by James Fittler, after  William Skelton - NPG D25249

Richard Hooker

by James Fittler, after William Skelton
line engraving, published 1819
NPG D25249

Richard Hooker, by Edward Francis Finden, published by  Holdsworth and Ball, after  Wenceslaus Hollar - NPG D35961

Richard Hooker

by Edward Francis Finden, published by Holdsworth and Ball, after Wenceslaus Hollar
line engraving, published 1829
NPG D35961

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Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1662 or after
NPG D21620

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Richard Hooker

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1662 or after
NPG D23139

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