-Sir Francis Walsingham (c.1530-1590) [Queen Elizabeth's Spymaster]
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13-Sep 1520 William Cecil, Lord Burghley, born (Left)... William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley (sometimes spelt Burleigh) (13 September 1520 – 4 August 1598) was an English statesman, the chief advisor of Queen Elizabeth I for most of her reign, Cecil was born in Bourne, Lincolnshire the son of Richard Cecil, owner of the Burghley estate and his wife, Jane Heckington.
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BEAUTIFUL DETAIL OF 16TH CENTURY DOCUMENT THAT DESCRIBES THE EVENTS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I'S CORONATION. PRESERVED BEAUTIFULLY. WOW.
DETAIL OF 16TH CENTURY DOCUMENT DESCRIBING THE EVENTS OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I'S CORONATION. BEAUTIFULLY PRESERVED.
A detail of Queen Elizabeth I enthroned, from a 16th century document.
Queen Elizabeth I Enthroned detail from a 16th c document
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ca.1600 Isaac Oliver's "rainbow" portrait of Elizabeth I painted in the last year of her reign, portrays her in the prime of life as the immortal Queen and Virgin Mother of her people. With the abolition of Cathlocism under Henry VIII, images of the other virgin had disappeared to be displaced, to some extent, in the national consciousness by Elizabeth's
Elizabeth I Queen of England (1533-1603) painted by Isaac Oliver around 1600. There are eyes and ears on her cloak, symbolizing that she sees and hears and all.
ELIZABETH I OF ENGLAND (1533–1603), last TUDOR monarch over England reigned 1558–1603 ~ The Rainbow Portrait by Issac Oliver ca. 1600.
Isaac Oliver’s The Rainbow Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I. On display at Hatfield House. Saying on the painting "No rainbow without the sun."
Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603 Queen of England during a time of great economic and social change, she saw England cemented as a Protestant country. During her reign she witnessed the defeat of the Spanish Armada leaving Britain to later become one of the world’s dominant superpowers.
The Rainbow Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, Attributed to Isaac Oliver (1556–1617) Attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts (II) (1561–1636)
Attributed to Isaac Oliver (1556–1617) or Attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561-1636) — The Rainbow Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, 1600-1602 (722×1023)
Good Queen Bess Perfume Oil Elizabeth the I was the daughter of King Henry VIII and his scandalous second wife Queen Anne Boleyn. A woman of many talents and an intelligence beyond her time...she was truly one of the greatest monarchs. This formula was found in some ancient texts of the time and was a widely used perfume of the ladies and gentlemen of the Royal Court as it was believed to be a potent love potion. Luxuriate in this magickal blend of flowers, herbs & fruits of Tudor times!
1660 Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603 by Isaac Oliver The Rainbow Portrait
Elizabeth Vernon (1572-1655) was the Chief Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. She was Countess of Southampton and wife of Henry Wriothesley.
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Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, 1618, wife of Henry Wriothesley Elizabeth Wriothesley (née Vernon), Countess of Southampton 11 January 1572 – 23 November 1655) was the chief lady-in-waiting to Elizabeth I of England.
Elizabeth Vernon, (1572-1655) was the Chief Lady -in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. She was Countess of Southampton and wife of Henry Wriothesley
Elizabeth Vernon, (1572-1655) was the Chief Lady -in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. She was Countess of Southampton and wife of Henry Wriothesley. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabeth_Wriothesley,_Countess_of_Southampton Her marriage permanently forfeited the queen's favor.
Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, artist unknown, c. 1618, the Bedford Estate; Chief Lady in Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I of England
Elizabeth Vernon (1572-1655) was the Chief Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. On 30 August 1598, Elizabeth, who was pregnant, married Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton. Upon discovering this, the Queen had both Elizabeth and her husband locked in Fleet Prison and, after their release, they were never again received into her favour. She became Countess of Southampton. Portrait dated c1616
Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, 1618, wife of Henry Wriothesley by lisby1, via Flickr
Elizabeth Vernon (1572-1655) was Chief Lady-in-Waiting to Queen Elizabeth I. She was the mistress of Henry Wriothesley, 3rd Earl of Southampton, and fell pregnant in 1598, and they married in secret. When Elizabeth I learned of the marriage, she confined Elizabeth Vernon to the Fleet Prison, where she gave birth to a daughter, Penelope. Penelope went on to marry William Spencer, 2nd Baron Spencer of Wormleighton, who was an ancestor of Princess Diana Spencer. by B. Lowe
ab. 1618 Unknown artist - Elizabeth Vernon Countess of Southampton
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Queen Elizabeth I of England ("The Clopton Portrait), ca. 1560 by unknown artist, owned by Mr. Peter James Hall
Elizabeth I: The Clopton Portrait, c1560, unknown artist. This is a rare image of Elizabeth during the early years of her reign. It's one of my fav's of her
The Clopton Portrait, circa 1560-65, Queen Elizabeth I. Unknown artist. Left hand originally held an orb. Change has been made in her depiction - goes from being royal to expressively Protestant / head of the Church of England. Demure in dress. Gloves - woman of action. The book she holds demonstrates that Protestantism is the religion of the word. Book = piety/faith.
Princess Elizabeth (later Queen Elizabeth I) - The Clopton Portrait (ca 1560, unknown artist). The Princess holds a small prayer book in her hand as a badge of her piety.
Elizabeth I: The Clopton Portrait, c1560, unknown artist. Rare image of Elizabeth during early years of her reign. One of my fav's of her. (I agree, marileecody) http://www.marileecody.com/eliz1-images.html
Elizabeth I: The Clopton Portrait, c1560, unknown artist. This portrait is owned by Mr Peter James Hall.
The Clopton Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, circa 1558/1560, unknown artist - Private Collection. Elizabeth wears the bag of her French hood over her forehead as a bongrave or shade.
Elizabeth I: The Clopton Portrait, c1560, unknown artist. It is a rare image of Elizabeth from the early years of her reign. She is dressed quite plainly but this is nonetheless a lovely portrait. It was not intended to be an iconographic statement and thus focuses on the young queen's features rather than those of her surroundings.
The Clopton Portrait of Elizabeth I c. 1558-1560. Artist unknown.
BLANCHE PARRY BORN: c. 1508 DIED: 12 FEBRUARY 1590 blanche Monument to Blanche, kneeling alongside Elizbabeth, in St. Faith's, Bacton, Hereford Photograph by John Meek Blanche Parry was Chief Gentlewoman of Elizabeth I's Privy Chamber, and had served her since before she became Queen. She is memorialized at St. Faith's (above) and St. Margaret's Church next to Westminster Abbey.
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On this day in Elizabethan history (Feb. 12th) in 1590, Blanche Parry died. Read our Being Bess bio of the extraordinary woman who served Elizabeth I for 56 of the Queen's 70 years!
A monument depicting Blanche Parry kneeling beside her mistress of 57 years, Queen Elizabeth I. St. Faith's, Bacton, Hereford.
On this day in Elizabethan history (Feb. 12th) in 1590, Blanche Parry died. Read our BeingBess bio of the extraordinary woman who served Elizabeth I for 56 of the Queen's 70 years! http://beingbess.blogspot.com/2013/02/on-this-day-in-elizabethan-history_12.html
Meet Queen Elizabeth I's Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber, Blanche Parry. Blanche faithfully served and was close friends with Queen Elizabeth I for 56 of her 70 years! More: http://www.beingbess.blogspot.com/2013/02/on-this-day-in-elizabethan-history_12.html
Blanche Parry kneeling beside Queen Elizabeth I, in the guise of Gloriana, in her memorial at St.Faith's, Bacton Church in Herefordshire. More on the life of Queen Elizabeth I's loyal & life-long servant: http://www.beingbess.blogspot.com/2013/02/on-this-day-in-elizabethan-history_12.html
Blanche Parry kneeling beside Queen Elizabeth I, in the guise of Gloriana, in her memorial at St.Faith's, Bacton Church in Herefordshire. More on the life of Queen Elizabeth I's loyal & life-long servant: www.beingbess.blo...
Monument to Blanche Parry, kneeling alongside Queen Elizabeth, in St. Faith's, Bacton, Hereford.
Being Bess: On This Day in Elizabethan History: The Death of Blanche Parry - On February 2nd in 1590, Queen Elizabeth I's Chief Gentlewoman of the Privy Chamber, Blanche Parry, died. Along with Katherine Champernowne-Ashley (Astley), she was one of the queen's most loyal servants & lifelong friends. She knew Elizabeth for 56 of the queen's 70 years! You can learn about her life & career her: http://beingbess.blogspot.com/2013/02/on-this-day-in-elizabethan-history_12.html
18 Oct 1555 Elizabeth allowed to go to Hatfield... Elizabeth finally received permission from her half-sister, Mary I, to leave court and travel to her own estate at Hatfield, rather than return to house arrest in Woodstock Elizabeth had been treated with suspicion by Mary and her council since Wyatt’s Revolt in early 1554.
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Elizabeth I (1533-1603) Accession to the throng on November 17th, 1558 following the death of her half-sister Queen Mary I. Reign 1558-1603
Elizabeth I. attrib. to Levina Teerlinc. c. 1559. Echoes Richard II Westminster portrait. Frame is small - but cloak helps to create a sense of stature, regality. Fills width of composition. Holds typical attributes of ruling monarch.
Portrait of Elizabeth I of England in her coronation robes. Copy c. 1600–1610 of a lost original of c. 1559. The pose echoes the famous portrait of Richard II in Westminster Abbey, the earliest known portrait of a British sovereign.
Portrait of Elizabeth I of England in her coronation robes. Copy c. 1600–1610 of a lost original of c. 1559. The pose echoes the famous portrait of Richard II in Westminster Abbey, the earliest known portrait of a British sovereign. ...BTW,Please Check this out: http://artcaffeine.imobileappsys.com
Elizabeth I coronation miniature, by Nicholas Hilliard
Coronation Miniature on vellum (Private Collection)
Queen Elizabeth I Coronation Miniature.
Queen Elizabeth I miniature
19-Jun 1566 James VI/I born... James was the only son of Mary, Queen of Scots, and her second husband, Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley. Both Mary and Darnley were great-grandchildren of Henry VII of England through Margaret Tudor, the older sister of Henry VIII. James was born at Edinburgh Castle, and as the eldest son automatically became Duke of Rothesay and Prince and Great Steward of Scotland. He was baptised "Charles James" on 17 December 1566 in a Catholic ceremony
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Portrait of James by Paul van Somer, c 1620. In the background is the Banqueting House, Whitehall, by architect Inigo Jones, commissioned by James.
5th April 1603 - King James I departs Edinburgh for London to be presented with the English Crown following the death of Queen Elizabeth I. http://www.britannia.com/history/monarchs/mon46.html
King James VI of Scotland and King James I of England. Son of Mary, Queen of Scots and Lord Darnley.
Portrait of James VI and I by Paul van Somer, c. 1620. - With the Pacification of the Borders after the Union of the Crowns, he broke up the Riding Clans of the Borders, thereby setting the stage in motion for my ancestors to end up in America in the 1700's with some spending time in Northern Ireland first (The Plantation of Ulster).
King James I, ca. 1620 by Paulus van Somer (1576/78-1622) - Flemish artist who arrived in England from Antwerp during the reign of King James I and became one of the leading painters of the royal court. Royal Collection
King James VI and I, the Stuart monarch who brought the English and Scottish crowns together in 1603.
This website is about King James VI and I, the Stuart monarch who brought the English and Scottish crowns together in 1603. The site is authored and published by an enthusiast, and provides reference material and primary and secondary resources on this British ruler. The site is split into five sections, Life, Works, Essays, More and Books.
King James I of England, c. 1620, by Paul van Somer.
James VI and I by Paul van Somer (c.1576-1621)
Joanna of Spain (Joanna loca), daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella, sister of Catherine of Aragon, married to Philip (the Fair) brought the house of Habsburg to Spain. Their children: Eleanor, queen consort of Portugal & France; Charles, King of Spain, Holy Roman Emperor; Isabella, queen consort of Denmark, Norway & Sweden; Ferdinand I, King of Bohemia & Hungary, Holy Roman Emperor; Mary, queen consort of Hungary & Bohemia; Catherine, queen consort of Portu...
Juan de Flandes Queen of Castile and León Reign 26 November 1504 – 12 April 1555 Predecessors Isabella I & Ferdinand V Successor Charles I Co-monarchs Philip I Charles I Queen of Aragon Reign 23 January 1516 – 12 April 1555 Predecessor Ferdinand II Successor Charles I Co-monarch Charles I Spouse Philip I of Castile Issue Eleanor, Charles V Isabella, Ferdinand I Mary, Catherine House of Trastámara Father Ferdinand II of Aragon Mother Isabella I of Castile Born 6 November 1479 Died 12 April 1555
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Joanna "the Mad" (1479-1555), Queen Consort of Castile, Queen of Aragon, Sardinia, Sicily, and Naples, Countess of Burgundy and of the Burgundian Netherlands; by Juan de Flandes, c. 1496-1500, in the Kunsthistorisches Museum. Her father was Ferdinand II, King of Aragon. She was married to Philip I, King of Castile.
Joanna of Castile (Juana la Loca) by Juan de Flandes, c. 1500. Click through to read an amazing evaluation of her by the English ambassadors, including the sweetness of her breath, the height of her breasts, clarity of skin, diet ('she is a good feeder') and whether she had any hair on her lips.
Joanna (6 November 1479 – 12 April 1555), known as Joanna the Mad (Spanish: Juana la Loca), was the first queen regnant to reign over both the Kingdoms of Castile (1504–55) and of Aragon (1516–55), a union which evolved into modern Spain. Portrait by Juan de Flandes, c. 1500 (Wikipedia)
Joanna of Castile (Juana la Loca) by Juan de Flandes, c. 1500. Click through to read an amazing evaluation of her by the English ambassadors in 1505, including the sweetness of her breath, the height of her breasts, clarity of skin, diet ('she is a good feeder') and whether she had any hair on her lips. - 'Spain: June 1505', Calendar of State Papers, Spain, Volume 1: 1485-1509 (1862)
Juana la Loca (1479 - 1555). Princess of Asturias and then Queen of Castile, also sister of Catherine of Aragon (first wife of Henry VIII) - I'm curious to read about her especially because I've heard she was misunderstood.
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Juan de Flandes 003 - Joanna of Castile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. JUANA LA LOCA 1515
Portrait by Juan de Flandes, c. 1500 of 'Juana la Loca' 1496-1500. Joanna, known as Joanna the Mad, was queen of Castile from 1504 and of Aragon from 1516. From the union of these two crowns modern Spain evolved. Joanna married Philip the Handsome, who was crowned King of Castile in 1506, initiating the rule of the Habsburgs in Spain. After Philip's death that same year, Joanna was deemed mentally ill and was confined to a nunnery for the rest of her life.
Juan de Flandes (1460–1519)-flemish court painter-Johanna die Wahnsinnige-Joan the Mad''La Loca'' (1473-1555)-Joanna (6 November 1479 – 12 April 1555), known as Joanna the Mad (Spanish: Juana la Loca), was queen of Castile from 1504 and of Aragon from 1516. From the union of these two crowns modern Spain evolved. Joanna married Philip the Handsome, who was crowned King of Castile in 1506, initiating the rule of the Habsburgs in Spain. After Philip's death that same year, Joanna was deemed mentally ill and was confined to a nunnery for the rest of her life. Date between 1496 and 1500 Medium : Eichenholz-Bildgröße: 29,5 x 19,3 cm-Brettgröße mit Originalrahmen aus einem Stück: 36,4 x 25,5 cm ]Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna- Königin Johanna I. Tochter des Ferdinand von Kastilien Aragon
Catherine or Katherine Howard (née Carey), Countess of Nottingham (c. 1547 – London, 25 February 1603) was a cousin, lady-in-waiting, and close confidante of Elizabeth I of England. She was in attendance on the queen for 45 years
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Portrait of a lady, formerly called Elizabeth I of England but now thought to be Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham (1547-1603) – wife of Charles Howard, 1st Earl of Nottingham – wearing a richly embroidered bodice and petticoat. Portrait attributed to Robert Peake the elder (1551-1619) – c.1595-1606.
ca. 1597 Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham by Robert Peake the Elder (Weiss Gallery - London UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm
Catherine Howard (née Carey), Countess of Nottingham (c.1547 – 1603) was a cousin, lady-in-waiting, and close confidante of Elizabeth I of England. She was in attendance on the queen for 45 years.- Portrait by Robert Peake 1597 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Portrait believed to be of Catherine Howard, Countess of Nottingham, attributed to Robert Peake the Elder and his studio, c. 1597.
Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham ... - Fripperies and Fobs > 16th Century, the painting (?by Robert PEake?) is clear enough to guess at some of the materials and methods
From Being Bess: On this Day in Elizabethan History (February 25): The Death of Katherine Carey-Howard, Countess of Nottingham. Great article with key details on this Katherine Howard.
Robert Peake the Elder (1551-1619) — Portrait of Catherine Carey, Countess of Nottingham, c.1597 (1600x2300)
On the 24th/25th of February, Katherine Carey-Howard, Countess of Nottingham died in 1603, the same year as her relative and friend, Queen Elizabeth I. Katherine Carey-Howard is not to be confused with her aunt, Katherine Carey, Lady Knollys, nor is she to confused with Katherine Howard. Learn about the life of this Katherine, the Countess of Nottingham: http://beingbess.blogspot.com/2012/02/on-this-day-in-elizabethan.html
Christina of Lorraine Reign 3 May 1589 – 17 February 1609 Spouse Ferdinando I, Grand Duke of Tuscany Issue 1Cosimo II, Grand Duke of Tuscany 2Maria Maddalena de' Medici 3Catherine, Governor of Siena 4Carlo de' Medici 5Claudia, Archduchess of Austria House House of Lorraine (by birth) House of Medici (by marriage) Father Charles III, Duke of Lorraine Mother Claude of Valois Born 16 August 1565 Ducal Palace of Nancy, Lorraine Died 19 December 1637 (aged 72)