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Anne of Denmark, 1574
This portrait of Anne of Demark is of a type which can be associated with the Serjeant Painter John de Critz. Portraits of Anne of this type were conceived to hang as pendants to ones of her husband James I, such as BHC2796 (although these two portraits are not a pair). Anne is shown with her hair piled high, almost to a point, a style she kept until about 1609.
John de Critz
- Image reference: BHC4251
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London