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Robert Eglesfield (circa 1295-1349), Founder of Queen's College, Oxford

Sitter associated with 9 portraits

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D24003

Robert Eglesfield

after Unknown artist
line engraving, perhaps 18th century
NPG D24003

D24001

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Sr
mezzotint, 1712-1714
NPG D24001

D1848

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Sr, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1712-1714
NPG D1848

D1849

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Sr, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1712-1714
NPG D1849

D1850

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Sr, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, 1712-1714
NPG D1850

D23999

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Jr, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1724
NPG D23999

D36090

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Jr, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1724
NPG D36090

D36091

Robert Eglesfield

by John Faber Jr, after Thomas Murray
mezzotint, 1724
NPG D36091

D24002

Robert Eglesfield

after Unknown artist
hand-coloured stipple and aquatint engraving, early 19th century
NPG D24002

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