Annika Caswell a student from the Wimbledon School of Art wardrobe...
Annika Caswell a student from the Wimbledon School of Art wardrobe department, dressed as Catherine Parr, next to her portrait attributed to Master John, c. 1545 in the National Portrait Gallery,...
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Early Netherlandish Portraits 036
Antonis Mor (Antonio Moro van Dashorst 1517-1577) - Portrait of Duchess Margaretha of Parma (1522-1586). Detail Circa 1562. Gemäldegalerie Staatliche Museen, Berlin. Additional information about Margaretha of Parma from London Constant: She was Regent of the Netherlands from 1559 to 1567, and was a natural daughter of Emperor Charles V. Her mother, Margaret van Ghent, was a Fleming. She was brought up by her aunts Margaret of Austria and Maria of Hungary, who were successively regents of the…
Helena Snakenborg, Marchioness of Northampton, 1569, 3rd wife of Katherine Parr's brother
The sitter may be Elizabeth I's maid of honour, Helena Snakenborg, who became a powerful figure at court. In 1565 she had visited England with the Swedish princess Cecilia, remaining there as the fiancée of the elderly Marquis of Northampton, whom she was to marry in 1571. The carnation behind her ear may be a symbol of her betrothal. The Marquis was the elderly brother of Queen Katherine Parr. Helena was his third and final wife.
The Fair Geraldine
This Irish noblewoman was a member of the courts of Henry VIII and Elizabeth I. Master of the Countess of Warwick [attributed]. Portrait of "The Fair Geraldine" Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Countess of Lincoln (c. 1528). Oil on panel, 16th century. Courtesy of the National Gallery of Ireland.
Portrait of the Queen Elizabeth I Solid-Faced Canvas Print
Portrait of the Queen Elizabeth I of England (1533-1603) by Unknown continental artist. Circa 1575. 78,7 x113 cm. National Portrait Gallery, London
Queen Elizabeth I of England - The Ermine Portrait, Large, Advanced counted cross stitch kit
Queen Elizabeth I of England in counted cross stitch kit. The Ermine Portrait - Attributed to William Segar (1564 - 1633) The design has whole/full stitches only, no backstitch or half stitches. It is full coverage (even the background is stitchable). Colours: 33 Measures: Stitch count: 551 x 664 Size for 14ct aida: 100 x 120 cm (39.4 x 47.4 in) Size for 16ct aida: 87 x 105 cm (34.4 x 41.5 in) Size for 18ct aida: 78 x 94 cm (30.6 x 36.9 in) Size for 25ct evenweave 2x1: 56 x 67 cm (22 x…
Alonso Sanchez Coello, Isabel de Valois. c.1560
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Mary Browne, Countess of Southampton, Mother of Henry Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton
Wikipedia: Mary Wriothesley, Countess of Southampton (22 July 1552 – October/November 1607), previously Mary Browne, became the wife of Henry Wriothesley, 2nd Earl of Southampton, at the age of thirteen and the mother of Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton. Widowed in 1581, she was Dowager Countess of Southampton until 1595, when for a few months until his death she was married to the courtier Sir Thomas Heneage, becoming Mary Heneage. In 1598 she married lastly Sir William Hervey, so…
Print of Queen Elizabeth I by Hilliard
Print of Queen Elizabeth I by Hilliard. Great painting of the famous Queen. 11 X 14 (actual image about 8 X 10 with white borders to fit) on Matte Presentation paper. Mat and frame not included.
Art Print of Elizabeth Brydges, Maid of Honor to Elizabeth 1 from 1589
FINE ART POSTER of Elizabeth Brydges---Maid of Honor to Queen Elizabeth1. Artwork print from art piece from 1589. So charming. Almost a collage, with bird and twig upper corner and writing. Shown with her dog. 16 x 20 (actual image 12 x 16 with white borders to fit) Choose Giclee Premium Luster or Premium Matte finish above menu. Super charming. Mat and frame not included.