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Jane Seymour by Holbein, c. 1536

Hans Holbein - Portrait of Jane Seymour - c. 1536 - 1537

Inspiration: Jane Seymour as Queen of England by Hans Holbein in 1536

Necklace detail from the portrait of Jane Seymour by Hans Holbein the Younger

Jane Seymour from the Whitehall Dynastic painting originally by Hans Holbein the younger. Jane Seymour would've been in the early stages of her pregnancy when she stood for the original painting in 1536-37.

HOLBEIN, Hans the Younger Jane Seymour, Queen of England 1536 Oil on wood

Jane Seymour by Holbein, 1537 (Langdon, p. 90) The famous red dress that supports the "stomacher pinned over front lacing" theory (see the gold pins?). Note the undersleeve and underskirt fabrics. Also see the sleeve detail and the blackwork detail.

Hans Holbein the Younger. Detail from Portrait of Jane Seymour, Queen of England, 1536.

Originally believed to be a posthumous of Jane Seymour, this portrait was recently dated to 1536-37, during Jane's brief reign as Queen

Jane Seymour from the studio of Holbein, after 1537 (Buck, pp. 114-119) Also based on the drawing, above, this portrait copies the sketch details of the jewelry, show a different blackwork pattern at the sleeves, and uses the pleated undersleeve similar to that of Lady Guildford, instead of the cloth of silver depicted in Holbein's portrait..