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16th century portraits

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England, 1st half of 16th century, tudor renaissance, brocade from Italy, velvet, shirt with black work hand embroidery, leather waistcoat

England, 1st half of 16th century, tudor renaissance, brocade from Italy, velvet, shirt with black work hand embroidery, leather waistcoat

"She was not a pretty woman, or a beauty, but rather comely with red-gold hair and hazel eyes ... Katherine's looks, however, were not her chief attraction. People were drawn more to her warm and amiable personality and her intellectual qualities; she exuded goodwill". Katherine Parr as Queen of England | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Although this image was also wrongly identified as Lady Jane, it is now considered to be Katherine. The face is very similar to the iconic Scrots portrait and the sitter is wearing the same jewels as the Master John portrait. Formerly in the collection of the Earl of Jersey--the original appears to have been destroyed.

Jane Seymour - Wedding Dress | Flickr - Photo Sharing- From season 3 of "The Tudors"

Jane Seymour's wedding dress from season three of 'The Tudors'. Designed by Joan Bergin, worn by Annabelle Wallis.

Power dressing: The triangular shapes favoured by Charles I (left) and Elizabeth I emphasised their royal status

In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion , at Buckingham Palace, includes famous artworks from the Royal Collection, as well as some examples rare surviving garments from the period.