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Queen Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII and Katerina de Aragon --affectionately known as Bloody Mary

Queen Mary I, daughter of Henry VIII and Katerina de Aragon --affectionately known as Bloody Mary, dated 1555

Lady Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII. A sketch by Holbein of Mary Tudor as Lady in waiting to Jane Seymour  at her father's court

Beautiful Gold Necklace: Lady Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VIII. Based on a sketch Holbein of Mary Tudor as Lady at her father's court

Henry VIII, possibly painted in 1535

Portrait of King Henry VIII circa It was most probably painted whilst the King was still married to Anne Boleyn.

Jane Parker-Boleyn (Lady Rochford) George's wife. Her testimony against George sealed his fate for a sentence of death.

Jane Boleyn, Lady Rochford executed February Married to George Boleyn. Her evidence was key to sending Ann Boleyn and George Boleyn to the scaffold. She was Lady in Waiting to Catherine Howard and was executed with her.

A Lady of the Boleyn Family // attr. Anthonis Mor // ca. 1620

Lady of the Boleyn Family (possibly Mary Boleyn) by Antonis Mor (attributed to) Oil on panel, 76 x 62 cm Collection: Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service

Blanche Parry

Blanche Parry - Chief Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber to Elizabeth I (Photo of a now missing portrait.

A pair of miniature paintings thought to have been commissioned by Elizabeth I to mark the end of her relationship with Robert Dudley.  Elizabeth I often commissioned miniatures as personal gifts. These were made to mark the end of the affair.  They can be dated to 1575. It is the year when Robert Dudley finally gave up his hope of marrying Queen Elizabeth I. Both Elizabeth I & the Earl of Leicester were patrons of the artist, Nicholas Hilliard, "the father of miniatures".

Stamp-sized Elizabeth I miniatures to fetch £80,000

indypendentroyalty: “ A pair of miniature paintings thought to have been commissioned by Elizabeth I to mark the end of her relationship with Robert Dudley. Elizabeth I often commissioned miniatures as personal gifts. These were made to mark the end.

A Coronation Book for Queen Anne Boleyn The coronation book on this web site is a transcription done by hand of Wynkin de Worde’s pamphlet. The book (measuring 4” x 5”) was done on calfskin vellum with illustrations and miniature portraits in watercolor. Gold leaf was applied throughout.-Read online!

A Coronation Book for Queen Anne Boleyn. The book (measuring x was done on calfskin vellum with illustrations and miniature portraits in watercolor. Gold leaf was applied throughout.

Miniature - Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. by Nicholas Hilliard

Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester

Miniature - Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester. by Nicholas Hilliard

Miniature French Painting Of Tudor Queen Ann Boleyn ~ Queen Elizabeth's I mother ~

A rediscovered image of Prince Henry (Henry VIII) as a child, weeping at his mother's empty death bed.  Poor kid.

A rediscovered image of Prince Henry (Henry VIII) as a child, weeping at his mother, Elizabeth of York's empty death bed. (This may have been the first and last time dear, sweet, ol' Henry wept at a death-BeingBess)

Anthony Browne (died 1548), whose story of life can become a movie plot. He was a courtier that devoted his life and conscience to his sovereign, Henry VIII. He was a person who made a brilliant career at Henry's court but at what cost? ~ After I read this article I still do not know whether he was a handsome hero or a clever scoundrel.

Portrait of Sir Anthony Browne, unknown artist. In 1524 he was made esquire of the body to King Henry VIII, and from that time until the death of Henry he became more and more the friend of his sovereign.

What a resemblance

hairline lowering for high forehead scalp advancement. Useful tip some people could use judging by that purposely placed photo.and oil control tips might be useful too!

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