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    We reproduce here some works collected on the Center fo Thomas More Studies wesite - University of Dallas (USA)




      
    Thomas More, His Father and His Household, 1527
    sketch by Hans Holbein the Younger, Kunstmuseum, Basel.

    From left to right:
    Elizabeth (21), Margaret Giggs (22, adopted), Judge John More (76), Anne
    Cresacre (15, ward), Sir Thomas (50), John (18), Henry Pattenson (family
    "fool"), Cecily (20), Margaret (22), Lady Alice (57), family monkey!



     
    Thomas More Defending the Liberty of the House of Commons,
    painting by Vivian Forbes,  1927, St Stephen’s Hall, English Parliament, London. © The Palace of Westminster. 

    This mural is one of eight comprising the “Building of Great Britain” series in the entrance to Parliament.
    Beneath the painting the caption reads: "Sir Thomas More as Speaker of the Commons in spite of Cardinal Wolsey's imperious demand refuses to grant King Henry the Eighth a subsidy without due debate by the House 1523"




    Thomas More and Erasmus Visit the Children of King Henry VII at Greenwich in 1499

    Painting by Frank Cadogan. © The Palace of Westminster.




    The Family of Sir Thomas More, 1530 / 1593,

    painting by Hans Holbein the Younger, Rowland Lockey.
    Hang at Nostell Priory. © The National Trust Photographic Library.



    Sir Thomas More’s Farewell to His Daughter

    painting by Edward Matthew Ward, 1816-79.
    Courtesy of Carol Gerten-Jackson at Carol Jackson’s Fine Arts:
    http://sunsite.dk/cgfa/



    Margaret Rescuing the Head of Her Father, 1873,

    painting by Lucy Maddox Brown, Private Collection. Courtesy of MyStudios



    Margaret’s Final Farewell to More

    Courtesy of Tyburn Convent, London; photograph by Séan Finnegan.