Hans Holbein the Younger | Portrait of Elizabeth Dauncey, Lady Barkley

Elizabeth Dauncey, the Lady Barkley. Hans Holbein the Younger. Second daughter of Sir Thomas More. Inscription of the Lady Barkley is false.

Margaret Butts by Holbein | A sketch of Margaret Butts (maid… | Flickr

A portrait drawing of Margaret, Lady Butts wife of Sir William Butts, and daughter of John Bacon. She served as a lady-in-waiting to Princess Mary and belonged to the circle of Queen Katherine Parr.

William Reskimer, drawing by Hans Holbein the Younger.jpg

William Reskimer by Hans Holbein the Younger (Royal Collection, Windsor Castle.

'The Northern Renaissance' Hans Holbeib (the Younger) c.1497-1543: This portrait of Derich Born (1510?->1549) was originalaly aquired bu Charles I and possibly given by him to the Earl of Arundel - it is now in The Royal Collection.

Hans Holbein the Younger - Derich Born Signed and dated 1533 Oil on oak panel

Anne Cresacre, 1511-1577, by Holbein the Younger. Anne was the ward, then the daughter-in-law of Sir Thomas More, the wife of his son John. (Not Frances Stuart, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, 1647-1702!)

Hans Holbein the Younger, 'Anne Cresacre (c. Anne Cresacre was the wife of John More the younger. The drawing is a preparatory study of the More family group, now destroyed.

Hans Holbein the Younger - William Fitzwilliam, Earl of Southampton RL 12206.jpg

William Earl of Southampton October courtier and soldier.Third son of Sir Thomas FitzWilliam and Lady Lucy Neville.Married Mabel Clifford, daughter of the Lord Clifford.

Jacob CLAESZ dit Jacob van UTRECHT Utrecht, (?) - documenté à Anvers entre 1506 et 1532   Portrait of a Woman Holding a Carnation

Portrait of a Young Lady from Lübeck ~ ~ by Jacob van Utrecht (Dutch, ~ housed in the Louvre. Jacob Claesz van Utrecht, also named by his signature Jacobus Traiectensis was a Flemish early Renaissance painter who worked in Antwerp and Lübeck.

inspiration by learningtofly_katafalk, via Flickr    Pattern for german style leather bag:

16th century German – bag