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William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton, 1st Earl of Essex and 1st Baron Parr. B. Aug. 14, 1513-D. Oct. 28, 1571. Brother of Queen consort, Catherine Parr, Edward VI.'s 'beloved uncle', and one of the most important men at Edward's court. Sentenced to death on 18 August 1553 after the accession of Mary I. He was, however, released in the autumn. His titles were restored to him by Elizabeth I. in 1559. Elizabeth paid for his funeral and burial.

Anne Boleyn, second wife of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I - drawing by Hans Holbein

Sketch for a Pendant by Hans Holbein the Younger c.1532-43. British Museum.

"Thoughtless creatures. They've forgotten the fish." __ "A humourist, I see." [Credit - Hans Holbein]

Unknown woman, 1540 * 1500 free paper dolls for girls at Arielle Gabriel's International Paper Doll Society and travel stories for women at The China Adventures of Arielle Gabriel *

Grace, Lady Parker (1515- by 1549), Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1540-43 | Royal Collection Trust

The ties on the front of this dress are an interesting option for some of the interlayers seen in Dutch dresses of the period. By Hans Holbein Jr.

Portrait of a Lady by Hans Holbein 1543 not sure why the website describes it as Princess Elizabeth when the caption at the bottom of the picture clearly says 'a lady'

  • Edie Engel

    Good point! And this portrait looks nothing like the other portraits of the queen from her early years!

  • Cinnabar Drake

    This is why: http://artintheblood.typepa... Someone wrote the caption as well, and could be wrong. It's not part of the painting.

  • Edie Engel

    Cinnabar--thank you for the interesting article! interesting to read the history of thought about this piece. For what it's worth, caption aside, I really don't think it's Elizabeth or Holbein, but that's what makes horse races.

Style of Hans Holbein the Younger, Portrait of a Young Woman, Oil on wood, 1540-1550

Lady Lister, Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1532-43. "A portrait drawing of Lady Lister, her precise identity is unknown. A bust length portrait facing three-quarters to the right. Inscribed in an eighteenth-century hand at upper left and right: The Lady...Lister."