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    Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850’s

    • Jerri Gullion

      Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850’s. Stuart is the French spelling of Stewart.

    • Amolibros

      Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850s: and a story about cat in

    • J a n a

      Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett  Oil on panel, 1850’s / Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 – 8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart or Mary I of Scotland,

    • Angela Bull

      Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850’s. I would take the whole series of these.

    • Charlotte Hunyor

      Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett  Oil on panel, 1850’s. Threatened with execution by the Scottish Lords, Mary was forced to abdicate in favour of her son James. That she then summoned the strength to escape from Lochleven Castle shows that Mary was as steely as Mary I when she faced down Wyatt's rebels or Elizabeth I when she scorned the Spanish Armada

    • Christine Johnson

      Mary, Queen of Scots By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, 1850’s #daretowear

    • ~ Rose Ann ~

      Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots - Stuart is the French spelling of Stewart.

    • Deb Mason

      Mary, Queen of Scots by Richard Burchett, circa 1850, oil on panel.

    • Verena

      Richard Burchett - Mary, Queen of Scots - 1850s

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