John Wyclif, teacher of divinity and an advisor to Joh of Gaunt in the 1370s. He denied transubstantiation - the doctrine that the communion bread and wine really become the body and blood of Christ during the celebration of the Eucharist. His additions to the bible, known as "The Lollard Bible," paved the way for Lutheranism in England.
Hendrick Hondius (I) | Portret van John Wyclif, Hendrick Hondius (I), 1599 | Buste naar links van John Wyclif. Onder het portret zijn naam en vier regels in het Latijn. Prent uit (deel 1 van) de serie portretten van beroemde hervormers.