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GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-001/27 · Item · 1621
Part of Westminster School's Archive and Collections

Three-quarters length portrait of Williams, who stands turned to the right wearing black robes with a white ruff, black hat and moustache; his right hand rests horizontally across his stomach while his left hand drops to its natural position. On the right of the picture is Williams' coat of arms, inscribed with the identity of the sitter and the date of 1621.
Possibly a variant of a portrait of 1627 by Jackson at St John's College, Cambridge.

Jackson, Gilbert, c.1595-after 1648
The Majesty Scutcheon
GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-001/77 · Item · 1658
Part of Westminster School's Archive and Collections

Dyed, painted silk, on a hessian backing. On the left the arms of the Commonwealth: the crosses of St. George and St. Andrew and the Irish harp and in escutcheon a lion rampant guardant for Cromwell. On the right are the quarterings of his wife. Inscribed verso with: 'this ensign was snatched from the bier of the tyrant Oliver Cromwell, when his waxen effigy, adorned with royal state, was being magnificently displayed in the Church of St. Peter, Westminster'.

GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-001/06 · Item · Early 18th Century
Part of Westminster School's Archive and Collections

Reverend William Freind (1714-66) as a scholar aged 13, in a carved wooden frame; he is standing in a library wearing a scholar's gown. Freind had four children, the youngest of whom John, succeeded to the estates of his maternal uncle, Richard Robinson, Bishop of Armagh, Baron Rokeby, to become Sir John Robinson.

Bardwell, Thomas, 1704-1767
GB 2014 WS-03-PIC-001/46 · Item · 18th Century
Part of Westminster School's Archive and Collections

Three-quarters length portrait; seated on a fine Georgian II chair, with golden decoration; he wears a grey overcoat, grey britches, blue-grey hose, white cravat, white lace cuffs and a fine blue waistcoat; on a table to his left there is a quill standing in an inkwell, books and a piece of paper; a red curtain is draped behind this.

Hudson, Thomas, 1701-1779