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Sir Leoline Jenkins (1623-1685), Diplomat and Secretary of State

Sitter in 4 portraits
Described as 'the most faithful drudge of a secretary', Jenkins was a loyal politician and diplomat in the service of Charles II. He represented England at the Congress of Nymwegen, the peace negotiations between the countries involved in the Dutch War.

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Sir Leoline Jenkins

by Herbert Tuer
oil on canvas, 1679
NPG 92

D29806

Sir Leoline Jenkins

by Herman Hendrik Quiter (Quitter)
mezzotint, late 17th century
NPG D29806

D29803

Sir Leoline Jenkins

by Gerard Vandergucht, after Herbert Tuer
line engraving, published 1724
NPG D29803

D29814

Sir Leoline Jenkins

by Burnet Reading
line engraving, published 1822
NPG D29814

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