queen elizabeth I | Portrait commisioned by Robert Dudley

Queen Elizabeth I, c. (Paint has turned blue) © Reading Museum. Now there's an expensive beaded girdle!

c1560 Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603 Unknown artist English School

Queen Elizabeth I Unknown artist English School. In this portrait, she holds a book in her left hand and a flower in her right hand. The brooch resembles her sister's, but it is not the same one.

A young Elizabeth.

This looks a lot like a portrait of Lady Jane Grey, who was Queen of England for nine days (July Elizabeth I as Princess, Artist Unknown.

1585 - Portrait of Lettice Knollys (1543-1634) Attributed to George Gower (1540–1596)

renaissance-art: “George Gower c. 1585 Lettice Knollys, Countess of Leicester ”

A cast of the tomb effigy of Queen Elizabeth I | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Queen Elizabeth I by Elkington & Co, cast by Domenico Brucciani, after Maximilian Colte electrotype, 1873 (circa

PORTRAIT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH I by anonymous artist The picture hangs in the library at Charlecote Park

Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, by anonymous artist, the picture hangs in the library at Charlecote Park

By Quentin Metsys the Younger. The Sieve Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, 1583. She is portrayed as a vestal virgin.

Queen Elizabeth I of England, The Siena The Sieve Portrait - 1583 - Quentin Metsys the Younger - Museo Nacional de Siena, Toscana, Italia.

Queen Elizabeth I Painting  - Queen Elizabeth I Fine Art Print

Queen Elizabeth I Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn were her parents. House of Tudor. cousin 13 times removed to Queen Elizabeth II. Succeeded by her cousin, James, of Scotland--Queen Elizabeth was a bad ass.

1598 Queen Elizabeth 1st

Queen Elizabeth I Unknown Artist. 1598 Queen Elizabeth I with the Cardinal & Theological Virtues Unknown Artist

Elizabeth I after Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger

Queen Elizabeth I., circa late Possibly one of the portraits done for distribution, with Her Majesty's approval. So popular and in demand were her portraits, Elizabeth permitted mass production of her image, for the people.