Product images of Elizabeth I, 1533-1603 (the 'Armada Portrait')
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Elizabeth I, 1533-1603 (the 'Armada Portrait')
The 'Armada Portrait' of Queen Elizabeth I, three-quarter-length, in a richly gold-embroidered and jewelled dress, her left hand holding a feathered fan, her right resting on a terrestrial globe, an imperial covered crown on the table beside her, with two views of the sea beyond: at left, the English fleet with the approaching Spanish Armada; and the Armada wrecked on the British coast, in a stormy sea, at right.
Object number: ZBA7719
Date: circa 1588
Original dimensions: 1105 mm x 1270 mm
- Image reference: S1720-001
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London