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Richard Haydock

(1569 or 1570-circa 1642), Physician and engraver

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 7 portraits
The physician Richard Haydock had an amateur interest in the visual arts and taught himself engraving. His translation of the Italian author Paolo Lomazzo's Trattato dell'Arte (1584) was one of the earliest books on the visual arts to be published in English. It includes a portrait of Haydock at the base and a profile portrait of Lomazzo above.

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Erasmus Williams, by Richard Haydock - NPG D25974

Erasmus Williams

by Richard Haydock
line engraving, 1608 or after
NPG D25974

Henry Robinson, by Richard Haydock - NPG D25908

Henry Robinson

by Richard Haydock
etching, 1616 or after
NPG D25908

Henry Airay, by Richard Haydock - NPG D25975

Henry Airay

by Richard Haydock
line engraving, 1616 or after
NPG D25975

Henry Robinson, after Richard Haydock - NPG D39799

Henry Robinson

after Richard Haydock
engraving, 1616 or after
NPG D39799

Thomas Sparke, by Richard Haydock - NPG D41990

Thomas Sparke

by Richard Haydock
line engraving, 1616 or after
NPG D41990

Monument to Richard Andrews, possibly by Richard Haydock - NPG D26168

Monument to Richard Andrews

possibly by Richard Haydock
line engraving, 1618 or after
NPG D26168

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Anthony Houghton Brown

02 February 2016, 23:48

The original of the Erasmus Williams engraving is in the parish church at Tingewick Buckingham. It is set into the wall as a memorial brass as he was priest of this church having been a Fellow of New College Oxford (with Richard Haydocke). Tingewick is in this colleges patronage.

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