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This is supposedly 1528 Hans Holbein the Younger (1498-1543) A Young Woman. But I do not believe this is a Holbein image. Something is off about it, and it is not one I've seen in my book on his paintings. The clothing style is also unusual. But I pinned it for later study.
Portrait of a Member of the Wedigh Family, Probably Hermann Wedigh (died 1560) Hans Holbein the Younger, 1532. /This sitter, whose ring displays the arms of the Wedighs of Cologne, is probably Hermann von Wedigh III, a member of the London Steelyard trading company.
Detail, the Darmstadt Madonna by Hans Holbein. hows the Bürgermeister of Basel Jakob Meyer zum Hasen, his first wife (who had died earlier), his current wife, and his daughter grouped around the Madonna and infant Jesus. The meaning of the two other male figures on the left side is, like the overall iconography of the image, not entirely clear. The image testified to the resolutely Catholic faith of the Bürgermeister, who actively opposed the Reformation.
"A sketch of Amalia von Kleve, sister of Anna of Kleve's, by Hans Holbein. Both Anna and her sister Amalia were sketched by Holbein, since they were both being considered as potential candidates for King Henry VIII's fourth wife. Henry found Anna's portrait more appealing. Amalia appears to have remained unmarried; she does leave behind a book of songs that she compiled, of which copies exist in the German cities of Berlin and Frankfurt."