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Sir Francis Bacon Collection

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Pathfinders - Sir Francis Bacon, after 1731, (1922). Creator: Unknown

Pathfinders - Sir Francis Bacon, after 1731, (1922). Creator: Unknown
Pathfinders - Sir Francis Bacon, after 1731, (1922). Portrait of English philosopher, scientist and statesman Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans. Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: The Royal Society, frontispiece to Thomas Sprat, 'The History of the Royal Society

The Royal Society, frontispiece to Thomas Sprat, "The History of the Royal Society
The Royal Society, frontispiece to Thomas Sprat, " The History of the Royal Society of London.", 1667

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Sir Francis Bacon, (1561-1626), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Sir Francis Bacon, (1561-1626), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Sir Francis Bacon, (1561-1626), 1830. Francis Bacon (1561-1626) English philosopher and statesman, Attorney General and Lord Chancellor of England

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Sir Nicholas Bacon, (1510-1579), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Sir Nicholas Bacon, (1510-1579), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Sir Nicholas Bacon, (1510-1579), 1830. Sir Nicholas Bacon (1510-1579) English politician during reign of Queen Elizabeth I and Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, educated at Corpus Christi College

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Sr Nicolas Bacon, Lord Keeper, 1784. Creator: Unknown

Sr Nicolas Bacon, Lord Keeper, 1784. Creator: Unknown
Sr Nicolas Bacon, Lord Keeper, 1784. Sir Nicholas Bacon (1510-1579), English politician, Lord Keeper of the Great Seal during reign of Queen Elizabeth I and father of philosopher

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Canonbury Tower, an Old Manor House Turned into a Social Club, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish

Canonbury Tower, an Old Manor House Turned into a Social Club, c1935. Creator: Donald McLeish
Canonbury Tower, an Old Manor House Turned into a Social Club, c1935. Canonbury Tower in Islington, north London, once formed part of a manor house of the Priors of St Bartholomew

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Bacon. (From a remarkably scarce Print. ), 1897. Creator: John Leech

Bacon. (From a remarkably scarce Print. ), 1897. Creator: John Leech
Bacon. (From a remarkably scarce Print.), 1897. English philosopher, scientist and statesman Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618. He is depicted here smoking a clay pipe

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Francis Bacon, (1933). Creator: Unknown

Francis Bacon, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Francis Bacon, (1933). Portrait of Francis Bacon (1561-1626), Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman. Bacon became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Letter from Francis Bacon to Sir John Puckering, 28th July 1595. Artist: Sir Francis Bacon

Letter from Francis Bacon to Sir John Puckering, 28th July 1595. Artist: Sir Francis Bacon
Letter from Francis Bacon to Sir John Puckering, 28th July 1595. Letter from Francis Bacon, Lord Verulam and Viscount St.Albans to Sir John Puckering, Lord Keeper

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Albans, c1600, (1904). Artist: Paulus van Somer

Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Albans, c1600, (1904). Artist: Paulus van Somer
Francis Bacon, Viscount St. Albans, c1600, (1904). From James I. and VI, by T. F. Henderson. [Goupil & Co. Paris, Edinburgh, New York, London, 1904]

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Monument of Sir Francis Bacon, St Michaels Church, St Albans, Hertfordshire, 1806. Artist: G Cooke

Monument of Sir Francis Bacon, St Michaels Church, St Albans, Hertfordshire, 1806. Artist: G Cooke
Monument of Sir Francis Bacon, St Michaels Church, St Albans, Hertfordshire, 1806. English philosopher, scientist and statesman Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Sir Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman

Sir Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman. Artist: M van de Gucht
Sir Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman. Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Title page of Francis Bacons Instauratio Magna, 1620 (1893)

Title page of Francis Bacons Instauratio Magna, 1620 (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman, (20th century)

Francis Bacon, 1st Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman, (20th century). Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Monument to Francis Bacon, in St Michaels Church near St Albans, Hertfordshire, c1850

Monument to Francis Bacon, in St Michaels Church near St Albans, Hertfordshire, c1850. English philosopher, statesman and essayist Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Francis Bacon, English philosopher, statesman and essayist, 19th century. Artist: J Thomson

Francis Bacon, English philosopher, statesman and essayist, 19th century. Artist: J Thomson
Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, statesman and essayist, 19th century. Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Title page of Instauratio Magna, by Francis Bacon, 1620

Title page of Instauratio Magna, by Francis Bacon, 1620. Francis Bacon (1561-1626), Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman, became Lord Chancellor in 1618

Background imageSir Francis Bacon Collection: Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman, 1618

Francis Bacon, Viscount St Albans, English philosopher, scientist and statesman, 1618. Bacon (1561-1626) became Lord Chancellor in 1618. He is shown here after his appointment to the position


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