1565 Margaret Clifford

Catherine of Aragon, King Henry VIII, first wife (lived 1485-1536)

Tomb Effigy of Frances Brandon, Daughter of Princess Mary Tudor, mother of Jane Grey This is the only indisputable image of Frances Grey, Dutchess of Suffolk, and it accords well with known images of both Princess Mary Tudor and Ladies Jane and Catherine Grey.

The needlework of Catherine of Aragon Coughton Court

Catherine de Valois. The mother of the Tudor dynasty. Wife of Henry V and Owen Tudor. With her second husband Owen Tudor she bore a son Edmund who married Margaret Beaufort who would then produce a new king for England King Henry VII. The first of the Tudors

Thomas Seymour, brother of Jane (third wife of Henry VIII), uncle of Edward VI, married Catherine Parr (Henry's sixth wife) shortly after Henry's death

The Lady Mary-daughter of Henry VIII and his first wife Catherine of Aragon

Queen Elizabeth of York, wife of Henry VII, mother of Henry VIII, Margaret, Arthur, and Mary Tudor (posthumous portrait).

Clothing status symbols in portraits, 16th century

Margaret Douglas, daughter of Princess Margaret Tudor, with her 2nd husband, Matthew Stewart, Earl of Lennox. Their son was Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, the father of James VI/I of Scotland and England.

Lady Jane Dormer, Duchess of Feria, Afonso Coello, circa 1558

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Isabela I de Castilla, madre de Katatarina de Aragon y abuela de of Maria I de Inglaterra

Isabella of Castile, Mother of Catherine of Aragon

The jacket and details are from Margaret Layton’s jacket.

Charles Brandon and Princess Mary Tudor- love that braved Henry VIII's displeasure

Coronation portrait - 1600 copy of 1558 original (National Portrait Gallery, London) This is a 1600 copy of a portrait painted of 25-year old Elizabeth Tudor in her coronation robes with her regalia.

Princess Mary Tudor, younger sister of Henry VIII and younger child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York. She married Charles Brandon after the death of her first husband Louis XII. This is supposed to represent Mary around the time of 1524 when the couple was already married to each other

Tudor portrait correctly identified as Catherine of Aragon, after experts notice Henry VIII's wife was wearing the wrong clothes. The portrait was left on display at Lambeth Palace, where scholars assumed it was Henry VIII’s sixth wife Catherine Parr. The two paintings will now be hung together for the first time in the National Portrait Gallery, nearly 500 years after they were painted.

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