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They say this is a portrait of Mary Queen of Scots Called 'Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587)' by British (English) School

They say this is a portrait of Mary Queen of Scots Called 'Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587)' by British (English) School

English School, late 16th century PORTRAIT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I, BUST-LENGTH, IN AN IVORY DRESS WEARING A PEARL NECKLACE

English School, late 16th century PORTRAIT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I, BUST-LENGTH, IN AN IVORY DRESS WEARING A PEARL NECKLACE

Portrait of a Lady  by British School       Oil on wood, 48.7 x 38.5 cm  Collection: Leeds Museums and Galleries  Where to see this painting?  Temple Newsam House, Leeds Museums and Galleries    This is another one with no date.   I'm sticking it in the middle on the idea that it is an older woman clinging to the head dress of her youth. What a delightful mish-mash.

Portrait of a Lady by British School Oil on wood, 48.7 x 38.5 cm Collection: Leeds Museums and Galleries Where to see this painting? Temple Newsam House, Leeds Museums and Galleries This is another one with no date. I'm sticking it in the middle on the idea that it is an older woman clinging to the head dress of her youth. What a delightful mish-mash.

Henry V (1387-1422) ~ "This is one of the 5 earliest paintings surviving in the Royal Collection. The others are Henry VI, Edward IV, Richard III & Elizabeth Woodville. ca1500-1520, this would have been part of a set of heads of kings & queens either commissioned by Henry VII or Henry VIII.

Henry V (1387-1422) ~ "This is one of the 5 earliest paintings surviving in the Royal Collection. The others are Henry VI, Edward IV, Richard III & Elizabeth Woodville. ca1500-1520, this would have been part of a set of heads of kings & queens either commissioned by Henry VII or Henry VIII.

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