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The Royal Collection: Elizabeth Cheyne, Lady Vaux (1505-1556) Creator: After Hans Holbein the Younger

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

Katherine, Duchess of Suffolk (1519-1580) Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1532-43.  "A portrait drawing of Katherine, Duchess of Suffolk (1519-1580), fourth wife of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. A bust length portrait facing three-quarters to the left. She wears an embroidered collar, necklace and a medallion. Inscribed in an eighteenth-century hand at upper left: The Dutcheſs of Suffolk. Annotated by the artist: rot (red) and Damast (damask)."

Catherine Willoughby, Duchess of Suffolk, by Holbein. – Catherine Willoughby, Baroness Willoughby de Eresby was the fourth wife of Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.

Elizabeth Seymour, sister of Queen Jane

Unknown lady once thought to be Queen Katherine Howard; possibly Elizabeth Seymour, sister of Queen Jane. Hans Holbein the Younger Portrait of Elizabeth Seymour She has beautiful blackwork cuffs

Studio of Hans Holbein the Younger: Lady Alice More (second wife of Sir Thomas More) (ca. 1530)

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.

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"""Portrait of a Lady by George Pencz / German, / Oil on wood panel / At the Muskegon Museum of Art """"" ----That spangled geldhaube / flinderhaube looks awfully familiar.

Queen Jane Seymour, Third Wife of Henry VIII Henry actually claimed Jane to be…

Queen Jane Seymour, Third Wife of Henry VIII Henry actually claimed Jane to be his most beloved of wives, and the one he regretted most (mother of his only living son) most likely because she didn't live long enough for him to tire of her

Elizabeth Tudor, the future Elizabeth I, by Hans Holbein the Younger (c.1497-1543) by rowena

Hans Holbein the Younger, Portrait of Elizabeth Tudor, the future Elizabeth I, Private Collection, tempera and oil on oak panel

Mary Tudor, sister of Henry VIII on her marriage to the Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.

1515 Mary Tudor closeup from portrait with Henry Brandon attributed to Jan Mabuse (Woburn Abbey - Woburn, Bedfordshire UK)

Margaret Roper, by Hans Holbein the Younger

Hans Holbein the Younger, Margaret More, vellum laid on playing card, diameter cm (Metropolitan Museum of Art, (Accession Number

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Hans The Younger Holbein Jane Seymour Queen of England, , Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of Jane Seymour Queen of England by Hans The Younger Holbein.

Jane Seymour, 1536 - Hans Holbein the Younger.
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