Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855), after Hans Holbein the Younger (German, c.1497-1543) A Lady called, Catherine Howard (c. 1518-1542), wearing red dress with gold embroidery to her standing collar and white lining, multi-stranded pearl necklace, French hood with gold jeweled frontlet set with rubies and pearls, her black veil falling behind her shoulders
Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855), after Hans Holbein the Younger (German, c.1497-1543) Henry VIII (1491-1547), King of England (1509-1547), wearing buff doublet slashed to reveal white, embroidered with gold and bearing gold and ruby buttons, small white collar, red cloak embroidered with gold at the sleeves and trimmed with fur, jeweled collar, gold pendant chain, black hat studded with pearls and matching jewels and carrying a large white plume
Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855) A Lady called Anne of Cleves (1515-1557), wearing red dress with gold embroidery, white lace slip, blue ermine trimmed cloak, pearl necklace and matching pendant earring, her hair upswept underneath a blue velvet hat dressed with white plumes (cracked)
Florentine School, circa 1600 A Lady, wearing black dress with dark red bodice and white lace slip, white reticella collar, her multi-stranded pearl necklace secured at her decollete with a jeweled brooch, pearl pendant earring, her curling red hair upswept and dressed with crimson ribbon
George Perfect Harding (British, born circa 1780-1853), after Paul van Somer (Flemish, 1576-1621) Queen Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), Queen Consort of England and Ireland (1603-1619), wearing white dress embroidered with gold, her sleeves slashed to reveal red, white lace inset, neckline set with pearls and pinned to her bodice with a jeweled cross, embroidered fan-shaped ruff adorned with the crowned 'S', referring to her mother, Sophia of Mecklenburg and the crowned 'C4' to her brother, Christian IV of Denmark (1577-1648), pearl necklace and matching earring, her hair upswept and elaborately dressed with pearls and a cross-bow jewelnext page
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