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The Honourable Margaret Wotton (1617–before 1657), Lady Tufton by Anthony van Dyck (studio of)   National Trust Oil on canvas, 118.5 x 89 cm Collection: National Trust - Bickling, Norwich

The Honourable Margaret Wotton Lady Tufton by Anthony van Dyck (studio of) National Trust Oil on canvas, x 89 cm Collection: National Trust - Bickling, Norwich:

sous louis XIV env 1667

in fashion - Susanna Huygens wore a long, tight white satin bodice with paned sleeves lined in pink and a matching petticoat. Her hair is worn in a mass of tight curls, and she wears pearl eardrops and a pearl necklace.

Sir Anthony van Dyck (Антонис ван Дейк, Flemish painter, 1599–1641) \2\. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников Дейк, Антонис ван Портрет дамы Музей Прадо

Author Dyck, Anton van (Flemish), Title Unknown Lady Chronology Ca, 1628 Museo…

Henrietta Maria di Francia (25 Nov 1609 - 10settembre 1669) è stata la consorte Regina d'Inghilterra, la Scozia e l'Irlanda come la moglie di re Carlo I. Era madre di due re, Carlo II e Giacomo II, e nonna di due regine e un re, Mary II, Guglielmo III e Anna di Gran Bretagna, così come zia paterna di Luigi XIV di Francia.  La Provincia americana del Maryland è stato chiamato in suo onore, e il nome è stato riportato nello stato attuale americano del Maryland.

Queens of England, Henrietta Maria, 1609 - 1669 Henrietta Maria was born on the November 1609 and was the daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie de’ Medici. She was raised as a Catholic and was.

Lady Dorothy Percy (1598–1659), Countess of Leicester Anthony van Dyck, at Petworth House, England

Sir Anthony van Dyck - Lady Dorothy Percy Countess of Leicester, Petworth House, England

Anthony van Dyck Philip, Lord Wharton c.1632 Oil on canvas 133 x 106 cm Courtesy the Board of Trustees, National Gallery of Art, Washington

Portrait of Philip, Lord Wharton, 1632 by Sir Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, National Art Gallery Washington DC

William II, Prince of Orange (eventually King of England) (1626-1650), and his wife Princess/Queen of England, Mary Stuart  (Mary II) (1631-1660), The two were cousins - he was 10 years older than she. Troubled by asthma, he was a small & sickly person all of his life. by Anthony van Dyck, 1641. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam.

Anthony van Dyck, William II, Prince of Orange and Princess Henrietta Mary Stuart, daughter of Charles I of England, 1641

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