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Hugh Barker

Photo credit: Courtesy of the Warden and Scholars of New College/Bridgeman Images

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The sitter became a Fellow of New College in 1585. He was father of the lawyer Hugh Barker (d.1632), LLD, who is commemorated in a bust by Nicholas Stone in the Ante-Chapel. Another member of the Barker family is buried in the cloisters.

New College, University of Oxford

Oxford


Date

1596

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 92 x W 82 cm

Accession number

5

Acquisition method

gift from the Newling family

Work type

Painting


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New College, University of Oxford

Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 3BN England

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