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Ibolya Horvath
by Multiple Authors
published on 08 February 2021

John Winthrop and Anne Hutchinson, the antagonists of the Antinomian Controversy (1636-1638 CE).

Left: Portrait of Massachusetts Bay Colony Governor John Winthrop (l. c. 1588-1649 CE). It was held in the Winthrop family until the 19th century CE when it was donated to the American Antiquarian Society.
Unknown author; when donated to the AAS, it was thought to be by a follower of Anthony van Dyck.

Right: Statue of Anne Hutchinson (l. 1591-1643 CE), religious visionary and champion of religious freedom, and her daughter, by Cyrus Dallin, unveiled in 1915 CE, dedicated in 1922 CE.
State House of Boston, MA, United States. Photo credit: Michael E. Ray

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