Faiths Victorie in Romes Crueltie (published by Thomas Jenner, c. 1630) is an anti-catholic print showing English Protestant martyrs standing around a fire. Immediately to the right side of the fire, Thomas Cranmer is depicted burning his hand.
License: CC BY-SA 4.0.
Sources: British Museum and Folger Digital Image Collection
- immediately to the right, Thomas Cranmer (A) holding his hand into the flames;
- on the far right, Hugh Latimer (B);
- and, between the two, Nicholas Ridley (C);
- at lower right, John Hooper (D);
- at lower left, John Philpot (E);
- to the left of the fire, and holding a bundle of faggots, John Bradford (F);
- behind him, John Rogers (G);
- to the right of the fire, beside Latimer, Laurence Saunders (H);
- behind Cranmer, Rowland Taylor (I);
- behind Philpot, Thomas Bilney (K);
- between Philpot and Bradford, Robert Ferrar (L);
- behind him, Robert Glover (M).
I suggest that Henry Holiday (together with the engraver Joseph Swain) alluded to that print in his illustration to the final “fit” of The Hunting of the Snark:
2018-07-28, update: 2022-05-01