Miniature on bone or ivory; half-length portrait of a young woman, turned to the right; she wears a white dress and a red wrap; her hair is brown and curly. Inscription on back by Lawrence Tanner: 'This is a member of the Grant family of Westminster School ? 1967'
To celebrate the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the school commissioned a bust of our foundress, Queen Elizabeth I, the quatercentenary of whose death was commemorated in March 2003. The sculpture was installed in time for the School's Commemoration in Abbey in November 2002. The bronze, by Malcolm Stathers, was placed on a plinth of Portland stone put in place by the Abbey stonemasons under the portico executed, it is now known, to a design of Robert Hooke's (OW) in 1681-2.
Head and shoulders of Busby wearing academic dress and a scull cap; he is inclined to the left. The portrait is surrounded by a painter oval and Busby's name and dates are painted in the top left corner
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.