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  • Raichel

    Hans Holbein, dated 1535 - possibly a portrait of Sir Ralph Sadler (or Sadleir) Secretary of State for King Henry VIII (b.1507 – d.1587)

  • Phoenix Displayed

    A Man, 1535 (workshop of Hans Holbein the Younger)(1497-1543) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY 49.7.28

  • Edie Engel

    Portrait of a Man,workshop of Hans Holbein the younger, 1535, subject possibly Sir Ralph Sadler. The gentleman depicted was 28 at the time.

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