Thursday, 26 April 2018

Sir Anthony Sherley - Codrington Library




The Codrington Library Plaster Busts by John Cheere - Part 2.

Sir Anthony Sherley (1565 - 1636).

Anthony Sherley (Shirley) (1565-circa 1636), Count Sherley in the nobility of the Holy Roman empire (1565-1636?), adventurer and diplomat in the Persian service.

see his biography see - https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Shirley,_Anthony_(DNB00)

see also - http://www.carolinemawer.com/europeans-on-the-maydan-as-military-sports-centre/


http://www.garyschwartzarthistorian.nl/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/the-sherleys-and-the-shah_tmp_39_06021409-24-00buch_persien_e_schwartz.pdf

https://archive.org/stream/threebrothersor00manwgoog#page/n10/mode/2up

https://archive.org/stream/sirantonysherley00sher#page/n5/mode/2up




Sir Anthony Sherley (Shirley), possibly by Domenicus Custos (De Coster), early 17th century - NPG D26056 - © National Portrait Gallery, London


Sir Anthony Sherley.
Possibly by Domenicus Custos
Engraving
175 x 130 mm

Image © National Portrait Gallery, London


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Anthony Sherley (Shirley), possibly by Aegidius Sadeler II, early 17th century - NPG D26057 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

Sir Anthony Sherley

possibly by Aegidius Sadeler II
line engraving, 
early 17th century
7 1/4 in. x 5 3/8 in. (184 mm x 135 mm) paper size.

Image © National Portrait Gallery, London


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Anthony Sherley (Shirley), by Giovanni Orlandi, 1601 - NPG D33607 - © National Portrait Gallery, London




Sir Anthony Sherley
by Giovanni Orlandi
1601
line engraving, 
198 mm x 140 mm plate size; 

Image © National Portrait Gallery, London

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