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Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury (1565-1635), Soldier

Sitter in 8 portraits
Considered the greatest professional soldier of his day, Horace Vere was created Master-General of the Ordnance for life in 1623. Among his distinguished campaigns, the defence of Breda in 1624 was particularly notable.

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Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

by Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt
oil on panel, 1629
On display in the Crimson Bedroom at Montacute House
NPG 818

D45993

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

published by Nicolas de Clerck, after Unknown artist
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D45993

D22969

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1657
NPG D22969

D22970

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1657
NPG D22970

D45994

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

by William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1657
NPG D45994

D39230

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

by George Vertue, after Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt
line engraving, circa 1710-1750
NPG D39230

D26112

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

after William Faithorne
line engraving, mid 18th century
NPG D26112

D26113

Horace Vere, Baron Vere of Tilbury

published by Thomas Rodd the Elder, after William Faithorne
line engraving, published 1816
NPG D26113

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