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Lucas Horenbout (c. 1490/5-1544) - Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset (1519-1536) Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset (1519-36), was the illegitimate son of Henry VIII by Elizabeth Blount, a lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Aragon.

Lucas Horenbout (c. 1490/5-1544) - Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset (1519-1536) Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond and Somerset (1519-36), was the illegitimate son of Henry VIII by Elizabeth Blount, a lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Aragon.

Mary I, Queen of England, Daughter of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Signed, dated and inscribed on the counter-enamel in black paint: Queen Mary Tudor / After Holbein / Painted by W. Essex 1851 / Enamel Painter to Her Majesty / & H.

Miniature portrait of Henry 1594-1612 Prince of Wales by Isaac Oliver

Miniature portrait of Henry 1594-1612 Prince of Wales by Isaac Oliver

Portrait Henry VIII by a follower of Joos Van Cleve. The picture is a 16th Century replica of a painting by Joos van Cleve. The original Joos van Cleve portrait is in the Royal Collection. The portrait is thought to date to 1532 and pre-dates more widely-known portraits by Holbein.

Anne Boleyn's home Hever Castle unveils Henry VIII portrait

Portrait Henry VIII by a follower of Joos Van Cleve. The picture is a 16th Century replica of a painting by Joos van Cleve. The original Joos van Cleve portrait is in the Royal Collection. The portrait is thought to date to 1532 and pre-dates more widely-known portraits by Holbein.

This portrait is a fine example of the profile likeness taken when Edward was about nine years old, on the eve of his succession as King. The original example, which has yet to be conclusively identified, but which may be in the Met Museum, New York, was almost certainly done by William Scrots, a talented Flemish artist first employed by Henry VIII as the King’s Painter from 1546. A larger example, thought to be from Scrot’s studio, is in the National Portrait Gallery, Lo...

This portrait is a fine example of the profile likeness taken when Edward was about nine years old, on the eve of his succession as King. The original example, which has yet to be conclusively identified, but which may be in the Met Museum, New York, was almost certainly done by William Scrots, a talented Flemish artist first employed by Henry VIII as the King’s Painter from 1546. A larger example, thought to be from Scrot’s studio, is in the National Portrait Gallery, Lo...

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