Artist associated with 11 portraits
Henri IV, King of France
by William Rogershand-coloured line engraving, probably late 16th to early 17th centuryNPG D25626
William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley
by William Rogers, after Unknown artistline engraving, circa 1572-1604NPG D21159
by William Rogers, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1598NPG D2755
by William Rogers, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1598NPG D2756
Maximilian I, Holy Roman Emperor
by William Rogersline engraving, 1600NPG D24118
Henri III, King of France
by William Rogersline engraving, possibly early 17th centuryNPG D25620
Sir Thomas Docwra
by William Rogersline engraving, 1602NPG D24328
Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham
by William Rogers, after Unknown artistline engraving, published 1602NPG D5919
by Thomas Cecill, after William Rogersline engraving, 1620s-1630sNPG D21160
Queen Elizabeth I
after William Rogers, probably after Isaac Oliverreproduction of engraving, mid 20th century (circa 1592)NPG D31850
after William Rogersphotograph of engraving, 1950s (1589)NPG D31851
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