John Cox Dillman Engleheart (British, 1782-1862) A Lady, wearing Classically inspired décolleté white dress with gold embroidered trim and jewelled brooches on the short slashed sleeve, pale blue underskirt, burgundy mantle with gold fringe and stripes of floral embroidery and gold diadem set with blue stones, she holds a bowl filled with grapes and peaches, an urn to her right
English School, circa 1575 A Judge, probably Sir John Clench (c.15351607), wearing miniver lined crimson cloak closed at his right shoulder, white fur tippet, small ruff, white coif and black felt cap
Nicholas Hilliard (British, 1547-1619) A pair of portraits of Elizabeth I (1533-1603), Queen of England and Ireland (1558-1603) and Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester (1532-1588): she, wearing black bodice decorated with gold, lace edged pleated ruff and bejewelled gold necklace, jewels and gauze veil in her curled fair hair; he, wearing black doublet, collar of the Order of the Garter, pleated lace ruff and black cap with gold mounted ruby border
Richard Gibson (British, 1615-1690) Anne Hyde, Duchess of York (1637-1671), wearing ochre dress with slashed sleeve over white smock, mole-coloured mantle pinned at her left shoulder with jewelled clasp, pendent pearls from a jewelled brooch at her corsage and pearl necklace, her brown hair worn loose and curling
Christian Richter (Swedish, 1678-1732) A Lady, half-length, wearing blue dress over white smock, a crimson mantle about her shoulders, she rests her right elbow on a plinth, a dove nestled in her hand, pillar and landscape backgroundnext page
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