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Artists who influenced William Rogers
William Rogers was an English engraver. A citizen of London, one of his surviving engravings is signed Anglus et Civis Lond, he is the first English craftsman known to have practised engraving and the greatest portrait engraver of the Tudor period. The English were extremely late in coming to printmaking, though several artists from the thriving Flemish industry had worked in England already; the ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by William Rogers

Lucas de Heere

Henry VIII with Mary I, Philip II of Spain, Elizabeth I and Mars
(British Museum)

Queen Elizabeth in Room with Latticed Window
(British Museum)

Renold Elstrack
 
Henry IV of France
(British Museum)

Queen Elizabeth in Room with Latticed Window
(British Museum)
 
 
Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham
(British Museum)

Henry III of France
(British Museum)
 
 
Emmanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy
(British Museum)

Thomas Docwra as Knight of Saint John of Jerusalem
(British Museum)