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.
Three-quarters length portrait on a much reduced scale. Hobart is seated in a red chair, wearing black, with his hands clasped in his lap; he faces slightly towards the left; to the right is a low table with a number of bundles of papers tied up with red cord or ribbon.
Half length, turned to the left, with his hands rested on a table; a piece of paper lies under his left hand; to the left is a pile of books the top one having traced of gilding on the binding; Nowell wears ecclesiastical dress and a wide brimmed hat; a fishing rod sits above him. The painting bears a coat of arms and extensive inscriptions begining 'Alexander Nowellus Sacra Theol...'
Half length, wearing a black coat and skull cap Inscribed l.r.: Marcus Gheeraerts pinxit, and inscribed u.l. with the identity of the sitter and his coat of arms. Extensively inscribed in Latin on a tablet beneath.