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  • Rebecca Pattison

    A Refrain by King Henry VIII Alack, alack, what shall I do? For care is cast into my heart, And true love locked thereto. [Sung three times over]

  • Susan Woster

    Henry VIII, English School, circa 1520

  • Patti

    ROYAL PORTRAIT OF HENRY VIII c. 1520 HE WAS HEALTHY, STRONG, CHARISMATIC, VERY GOOD LOOKING AND ON THE CUSP OF FALLING IN LOVE FOR THE FIRST TIME WITH HIS FUTURE ILL FATED QUEEN, ANNE BOLEYN.

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Hans Holbein, o Jovem Hans Holbein, o Jovem foi um pintor alemão, um dos mestres do retrato no Renascimento e desenhista de xilogravuras, vidrarias e peças de joalheria. Wikipédia Nascimento: 1497, Augsburgo Falecimento: 1543, Londres Filiação: Hans Holbein, o Velho Período: Renascimento nórdico Obras: Os Embaixadores, Portrait of Henry VIII.

A portrait of Henry VIII, 1537.

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Henry VIII's lost crown recreated, will be on display at Hampton Court Palace. The original was melted down along with every scrap of royal regalia Cromwell's government could lay it's hands on. The crown was used in the coronations of his children Edward, Mary and Elizabeth and then of James I and Charles I.

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Cartoon of Henry VIII and his father Henry VII, was used for the basis for the Whitehall Palace Mural by Hans Holbein, 1537. (National Portrait Gallery, London)

The Six Wives of Henry VIII & their children, with their mottos. IMAGES: Showtime's 'The Tudors'.

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