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Did Holbein engineer a royal wedding?

Anne of Cleves was the fourth wife of King Henry VIII. The marriage was declared unconsumated and she was never crowned. Hans Holbein the Younger - Portrait of Anne of Cleves - 1539 - Parchment mounted on Canvas

A. of Cleves (Anne of Cleves) by Richard Burchett Date painted: 1854–1860 Oil on panel, 182.8 x 91.4 cm Collection: Parliamentary Art Collection

Anne of Cleves, wife of King Henry VIII, of England. (see our Wall-Sutton-Runyon/Reignion ancestry chart) By Richard Burchett Oil on panel,

The "lost" portrait of Anne of Cleves. By Barthel Bruyn, circa 1540.

'Lost' portrait of Anne of Cleves? Portrait of Anne of Cleves, fourth queen consort of Henry VIII, attributed to the circle of Barthel Bruyn. She always looks pretty in portraits but was supposedly very ugly and smelly!

Anne of Cleves House - authentically furnished kitchen and the garden which uses traditional plants and Tudor planting schemes

Anne of Cleves House - authentically furnished kitchen and the garden which uses traditional plants and Tudor planting schemes. An ad for the museum - djc

The lesser known second portrait of Anna of Cleves by Hans Holbein the Younger.

Anne of Cleves, Studio of Barthel Bruyn the Elder. Photo: St John’s College, Oxford. Not a Holbein!

Anne of Cleves, Fourth Wife of Henry VIII, Waxwork at Warwick Castle | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A detail of an Anne of Cleves waxwork statue at Warwick Castle, based on her portrait by Holbein.

Anne of Cleves  by Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1539. Henry VIII's fourth wife, queen from January to July 1540. The marriage was annulled and Anne was thereafter referred to as was referred to as "the King's Beloved Sister".

1539 Anne of Cleves by Hans Holbein the Younger (Louvre) painted as a portrait of a prospective wife to Henry VIII. Detail of texture, length, central composition, looks out to viewer, shows hands - woman of action.

Anne of Cleves (1515–1557), Queen Consort to Henry VIII By Bartholomaeus Bruyn the elder c1539 Located at Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Anne of Cleves briefly Queen Consort to Henry VIII, later known as the King's "good sister". By Bartholomaeus Bruyn the elder Located at Trinity College, University of Cambridge

Anne of Cleves - please read and die in laughter with me. @pandorica17 This is the bee's knees lol

Anne of Cleves Gables - by Kate Beaton, of Hark!- Oh my gosh. This is hillarious!

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