Richard II of England, National Portrait Gallery
Portrait of Richard II of England (r. 1377 - 1399 CE). Made by an unknown artist c. 1597-1618 CE. 578 mm x 449 mm (22 3/4 in. x 17 5/8 in). (National Portrait Gallery)
Richard III & Henry VII, Stained Glass Window
A stained glass window showing the two rivals for the throne of England at the end of the Wars of the Roses (1455-1487 CE). In 1485 CE at the Battle of Bosworth, Richard III of England (r. 1483-85 CE) was defeated and killed while the victor...
Arms & White Hart of Richard II of England
The mythical coat of arms and white hart symbol of Richard II of England (r. 1377-1399 CE). From the back of the Wilton diptych, a painted panel created c. 1395-99 CE. (National Gallery, London)
Sir Richard Grenville
A c. 1571 CE portrait of Sir Richard Grenville (1542-1591 CE), an Elizabethan sailor and adventurer. (National Portrait Gallery, London)
Richard III of England, National Portrait Gallery
Late 16th Century CE portrait of Richard III of England (r. 1483 - 1485 CE). Unknown artist, 638 mm x 470 mm (25 1/8 in. x 18 1/2 in). (National Portrait Gallery)
Sculpture of Richard II of England
A sculpture of Richard II of England (r, 1377 - 1399 CE). Made in 1873 CE by Elkington & Co, cast by Domenico Brucciani. After a contemporary sculpture by Nicholas Broker and Godfrey Prest, made 1395-1397 CE. 787 mm (31 in) tall...
Richard, Duke of York, Ludlow
A stained glass window showing Richard, Duke of York (l. 1411-1460 CE). Saint Laurence's Church, Ludlow, England. (Image from www.richardiiiworcs.co.uk/ludlowthumbnails.html - no copyright indicated)
Sir Richard Bingham
Sir Richard Bingham, English soldier and naval commander, oil on panel painting by an unknown artist, c. 1564. National Portrait Gallery, London.
A portrait of Richard Sibbes, an English preacher of the Reformation. By Gustavus Ellinthorpe Sintzenich
Richard Duke of York, Frontispiece Detail
A detail of the frontispiece of the Talbot Shrewsbury Book showing Richard, Duke of York (l. 1411-1460 CE). Mid-15th century CE. (British Library, London)