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Isabella van Portugal

Isabella van Portugal

Margarida of Austria, Queen Consort of Portugal, Spain and Two sicilies, Wife of Filipe II of Portugal (III of Spain), 1605

Juan Pantoja de la Cruz — Margaret of Austria, Queen Consort of Philip III of Spain, 1605 : Royal Collection Trust, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II .

Maria de Medici, 1551, thought to be painted by Angolo Bronzino

Agnolo Bronzino ~ 1551 ~ Virginia (di Cosimo I) de' Medici. Art critic Maike Vogt-Lüerssen believes this portrait by Bronzino, usually identified as Maria de' Medici, is actually of Virginia de' Medici as a girl.

Margaretha van Parma, landvoogdes over de Nederlanden van 1559 tot 1567

Margaret of Austria, Duchess of Parma, Regent of the Netherlands

Francisca of Brazil,Princess Joinville by Ary Scheffer,1844

Ary Scheffer February 1795 – 15 June was a Dutch-French Romantic painter. Doña Francisca de Bragança, princesse de Joinville, daughter of Emperor Pedro I of Brazil

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

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

Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Widowed Queen of France and the Duke of Suffolk. Artist unknown, date unknown. (collection of the Earl of Yarborough). Image to celebrate the wedding of the two. They were married in 1515.

Mary Tudor Queen of France, sister of Henry VIII married Louis XII. She later married Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.

Moro, Antonio La duquesa de Feria Segunda mitad del siglo XVI

Jane Dormer, Duchess of Feria-EXCERPT:'A fervent Roman Catholic, sixteen year old Jane served as lady in waiting to Mary, Henry VIII.'s daughter by his first wife Katherine of Aragon.

Portrait Of A Lady Painting

Portrait of a Lady Jacopo Zucchi 1560 in the Indianapolis Museum of Art The hair is adorable. Hairtaping with a jeweled band, some pearl loops, and a jeweled drop with a veil besides.

Tudor/ Mary Stuart

1575 Portrait of a royal lady traditionally identified with Mary, Queen of Scots.The Devonshire Collection, Traditionally attributed to Federico Zuccari (or Zuccaro) and after to Alonso Sánchez Coello.