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    Charles I, 1636. Great collars and beards!

    The Young Prince Rupert painted by Gerrit van Honthorst in 1635 in a fine doublet and falling band.

    Cornelis de Vos: Two sisters (ca.1610-1615)

    Pieter Paul Rubens - Galleria Corsini, Rome: Teach the kids to draw curls with light!

    ca. 1630 Margaret Smith, wife of Thomas Carey by Sir Anthonis van Dyck (location unknown to gogm) from lisby1's photostream on flickr

    Philadelphia And Elizabeth Wharton. Sir Anthony Van Dyck

    Princess Mary Henrietta (1631–1660), Princess Royal, Princess of Orange by Gerrit van Honthorst National Trust - Ashdown House Oil on panel, 73.5 x 59 cm

    Detail from Charles I, Anthony Van Dyck, 1635-1636

    Henriette Marie, Daughter of France (1609-1669). She was a daughter of King Henri IV and his 2nd wife, Maria de' Medici. She was Queen of England, Scots, and Ireland (1625-1649) as the wife of King Charles I. Her surviving children were Kings Charles II and James II & VII, Mary The Princess Royal, The Princess Elizabeth, Henry The 1st Duke of Gloucester, and The Princess Henrietta.

    A Woman at her Toilet current tab: Overview Further details Overview Creator: Jan Steen (Leiden 1626-Leiden 1679) (artist) Creation Date: Signed and dated 1663

    Family Portrait -- 1621 -- Sir Anthony van Dyke -- Flemish, worked primarily in England -- Oil on canvas -- Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

    Portrait of a Child John Singer Sargent (1856-1925)

    Anthony van Dyck, Portrait of a Man in Armour with Red Scarf, c. 1625 - 1627

    Vincent van Gogh

    c. 1600. Portrait of King James I. Artist unknown (Probably b. July 25,1394 and probably d. Feb. 21,1437) was the youngest of three sons of King Robert III and Annabella Drummond

    Carle Van Loo: Portrait of an unknown man. about 1730-40.

    Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1836–1912)The Roses of Heliogabalus (Detail)Oil on canvas, 1888

    Van Rijn Rembrandt -An Officer 1629-1630

    Rembrandt Van Rijn - not a famous person, but amazing. I saw it in the Rijks Museum in Amsterdam.