Rowland Lockey

c1565-1616 England/Miniaturist

 

Brief Biography-Rowland Lockey was a disciple of Nicholas Hilliard. He was a painter and master of the Wardens and Commonalty of the Mystery of Goldsmiths of the City of London, known as the Goldsmiths' Company. It is at Goldsmiths' Hall, where the word 'Hallmark' originates. Lockey made copies of works by his master Hillard and Hans Holbein. He is known to have copied Holbein's painting of Sir Thomas More and family. Isaac Oliver was a fellow student with Hillard.

 

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King James I
of England

King James one of England and six of Scotland

Miniature of
Charles Howard

Miniature of Charles Howard-Second Baron of Effington-First Earl of Nottingham

Bess of
Hardwick

Bess of Hardwick-Countess of Shrewsbury

Thomas More
and Descendents

Thomas More and Descendents

Lady Margaret
Beaufort

Lady Margaret Beaufort

Thomas More
and his Family

Thomas More and his Family