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    Lady Eleanor Brandon (this portrait could also be her daughter, Margaret Clifford) b.1519 d. 27 September 1547 (aged 28), is the daughter of Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon. She marries Henry Clifford, 2nd Earl of Cumberland. 3 issue.

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    Hans Eworth (circa 1520–1574?) Title Portrait of an unknown lady (possibly Margaret Clifford, Lady Strange) Date 1565-1568

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    Lady Margaret Clifford

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    Tate Britain has Marcus Gheeraerts pregnancy portraits. He is breaking with the earlier Elizabethan aesthetic. Above we see a picture of an unknown lady with a made up coat of arms (Tate Britain). It is late 1560s by Hans Eworth (pronounced "U-earth"). Elizabethan white face was fashionable, there is a jet black background to accentuate the face, no modelling of the face, and a brightly lit white oval face. Gheeraerts has modelling and less fine detail. The range of tonality was reduced in Eliza

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    An unknown lady from the late 16th century sporting what looks to be a Spanish style gown.

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