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  • Andrea Bruce

    Lady Jane Grey - Houghton portrait.

  • Win Goddard

    Lady Jane Grey, granddaughter of Princess Mary Tudor This is a photograph of a second portrait derived from the same original that gave us the Streatham portrait. It was formerly in the collection of Lord Houghton and was exhibited in 1866. This photograph is from that exhibition. The current location of the portrait is unknown.

  • Saskia Darcy

    Called Lady Jane Grey Unknown Artist 30 x 25 inches Oil on wood panel

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