John Peter Winckworth (GG 1922-1927). Head and shoulders, turned to the left of the picture; he wears a suit with black tie; the background is black. Subject is named as 'Henry Lawrence' in Helen Draper's 1996 Conservation Report, but the name Winckworth is clearly written on the back of the canvas and the date of the painting and appearance of the subject support this attribution.
Three-quarters length; Rae reclines with his body facing the left of the picture, although he is portrayed full face; he supports his head with his left hand; he wears red robe, academic collar and gown. Signed l.r.: Richard Stone
Bronze plaque depicting John Sargeaunt surrounded by an arch, wearing a gown; his head is inclined to the left; in the top left corner his monogram; in the top right corner, the school's arms. Inscribed 'John Sargeaunt Master of the VIth Form 1890-1918' and with the signature of the artist.
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.