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Edmund Grindal

(circa 1517-1583), Archbishop of Canterbury

Sitter associated with 7 portraits

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Edmund Grindal, after Unknown artist - NPG D25195

Edmund Grindal

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly 17th century
NPG D25195

Edmund Grindal, possibly by Magdalena de Passe, possibly by  Willem de Passe - NPG D25197

Edmund Grindal

possibly by Magdalena de Passe, possibly by Willem de Passe
line engraving, 1620
NPG D25197

Edmund Grindal, by Michael Vandergucht - NPG D25198

Edmund Grindal

by Michael Vandergucht
line engraving, 1710
NPG D25198

Edmund Grindal, by George Vertue - NPG D25194

Edmund Grindal

by George Vertue
line engraving, 1718
NPG D25194

Edmund Grindal, after Unknown artist - NPG D25193

Edmund Grindal

after Unknown artist
line engraving, probably mid 18th century
NPG D25193

Edmund Grindal, by Thomas Trotter, after  de Vos - NPG D25196

Edmund Grindal

by Thomas Trotter, after de Vos
line engraving, 1779
NPG D25196

Edmund Grindal, by Henry Bone, after  Unknown artist - NPG D17148

Edmund Grindal

by Henry Bone, after Unknown artist
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, December 1819
NPG D17148


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