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Hugh Latimer (circa 1485-1555), Bishop of Worcester

Sitter associated with 33 portraits
Bishop of Worcester (1535), Latimer encouraged puritanism in his diocese, and resigned his bishopric in 1539 because he could not support the Act of the Six Articles. On Mary I's accession he was imprisoned in the Tower, and two years later condemned as a heretic and burnt at the stake with Ridley in Oxford.

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Hugh Latimer

by Unknown artist
oil on panel, 1555
NPG 295

D23051

The Reformation

by Unknown artist
line engraving, late 16th century
NPG D23051

D43263

The Reformation

by Unknown artist
line engraving, late 16th century
NPG D43263

D23047

Hugh Latimer

after Magdalena de Passe, after Willem de Passe
etching, 17th century
NPG D23047

D42454

The Primitive Reformers

by Unknown artist
etching, 17th century
NPG D42454

D5022

Hugh Latimer

by Magdalena de Passe, by Willem de Passe
line engraving, published 1620
NPG D5022

D5023

Hugh Latimer

by Magdalena de Passe, by Willem de Passe
line engraving, published 1620
NPG D5023

D23048

Hugh Latimer

by George Gifford (Gyfford)
line engraving, published 1635
NPG D23048

D23049

Hugh Latimer

by George Gifford (Gyfford)
line engraving, published 1635
NPG D23049

D24839

Hugh Latimer

by George Gifford (Gyfford)
line engraving, 1635
NPG D24839

D24834

Hugh Latimer

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24834

D24836

Hugh Latimer

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24836

D24837

Hugh Latimer

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24837

D24838

Hugh Latimer

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24838

D24841

Hugh Latimer

after Unknown artist
line engraving, probably 18th century
NPG D24841

D24926

5 Bishops including Nicholas Ridley, Hugh Latimer, Thomas Cranmer, John Hooper and Robert Farrar

possibly by Thomas Bowles Sr, or by Thomas Bowles Jr
line engraving, possibly 18th century
NPG D24926

D19937

'The Bishops who suffer'd Martyrdom for the Protestant Faith; under the Persecution of Queen Mary I'

by and sold by Robert White, printed and sold by John King
line engraving, published circa 1700
NPG D19937

D24922

Hugh Latimer

by George Vertue
line engraving, 1715
NPG D24922

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