Anne of Cleves (German: Anna; 22 September – 16 July was Queen of England from 6 January 1540 to 9 July 1540 as the fourth wife of King Henry VIII. The marriage was never consummated, and she was not crowned queen consort.
Elizabeth Cheyne, Lady Vaux c. Vaux was born in the daughter of Sir Thomas Cheney, an Esquire of the Body to Henry VIII. She became a ward of the Baron Vaux in 1516 and was married to his son Thomas (later Baron Vaux of Harrowden) before May
Studio of Hans Holbein the Younger - Lady Alice More - Oil on panel: 14 ½ x 10 ½ in.) Painted circa 1530 This intimate portrait is the only surviving independent and contemporary likeness of Alice, the second wife of Sir Thomas More.
Portrait Of Thomas Howard, Third Duke Of Norfolk - Hans Holbein The Younger He was the Uncle of Anne and George Boleyn both executed on the order of Henry VIII, to clear the path for his marriage to Jane Seymour. Thomas Howard survived the scandal.
Some of my favorite time period history reading. Elizabeth of York and Jane Seymour: detail from the Whitechapel Mural, copy by van Leemput after Holbein, (Thurley, p. Tudor dress but with a century vertical/conical silouhette.