Kings and Queens in Art
Here we present representations of queens and kings in Art history.
Catherine Parr, attributed to William Scrots, National Portrait Gallery, London wives henry VIII
Portrait miniature of Catherine Howard by Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1540, Buccleuch collection, Strawberry Hill House, wives henry VIII
Anne of Cleves, Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1539, Musée du Louvre, Paris. wives henry VIII
Jane Seymour, Hans Holbein, 1536, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna wives henry VIII
Late Elizabethan portrait of Anne Boleyn, possibly derived from a lost original of 1533–36, 1570, National Portrait Gallery, London wives henry VIII
Portrait of a princess, possibly Catherine of Aragon, circa 1502, by Michael Sittow. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. wives henry VIII
Queen Elizabeth I is one of several ladies who have inspired me. She was brave, strong-willed, intelligent and determined to just name a few traits.
Pietro Antonio Rotari, King Augustus III of Poland, 1755, Gemäldegalerie, Dresden. The most lavish king in art history.