A portrait of Phillip II (1527-1598), King of Spain. After Anthonis Mor, 1558. Philip's wife Mary I of England died the same year that this portrait was painted.

Antonio Moro (Anthonis Mor van Dashorst) Phillip II King of Spain, 1558

La emperatriz María de Austria, esposa de Maximiliano II, Antonio Moro, 1551, Museo del Prado, Madrid (detalle)

Empress Maria of Austria, wife of Maximilian II, Antonio Moro, Museo del Prado, Madrid (detail)

Portrait of Mary in a Spanish Style Gown. This portrait of Mary is in the collection of Apsley House in London. It is said to be a 17th Century copy of a portrait by Antonio Moro. It is interesting in that it is trying to be a portrait done in the Spanish style. She holds a handkerchief in one hand reminiscent of portraits of Isabella of Spain and Elizabeth of Valois. The dress is a Spanish or even Italian style modified to include Mary's familiar collar.

Portrait of Mary in a Spanish Style Gown. This portrait of Mary is in the collection of Apsley House in London. It is said to be a Century copy of a portrait by Antonio Moro.

William of Orange, ancestor of today's Dutch royal family, waged war against Spain that concluded in unification of provinces of Netherlands and Holland. Look at his hands, you don't see such everyday! And he is widely known as the Silent. What's not to like about handsome, successful man in Outer World with rich Inner World, hmm? :)

MORO Sir Antonis Mor also known as Anthonis Mor van Dashorst - born Dutch (Utrecht c. 1517 - 1577 Antwerp) active in Spain, Portugal and the Netherlands at the courts of Europe- portrait of 'Willem I van Nassau' by Antonio Moro - .

RETRATO DE LA INFANTA LEONOR DE AUSTRIA SIGLO XVI HIJA DE JUANA LA LOCA Y FELIPE EL HERMOSO

Leonor of Austria, daughter of Juana la Loca y Philip the Fair 1498 Louvain sister of Charles Quint. Her culture and mother tongue is french, marries first Emmanuel of Portugal and Francois Ier king of France.

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