Product images of Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594-1612)
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Henry Frederick, Prince of Wales (1594-1612)
A head-and-shoulders portrait looking towards the viewer. The sitter wears a lace ruff, a pearl earring in his left ear, and Garter robes, with the text of the motto, 'Honi soit qui mal y pense', delineated on the right. Henry was eldest son of James I of England, but when he died in 1612, his younger brother Charles, later Charles I, became heir to the throne. Henry's mother was Anne of Denmark, a leading art patron.
- Image reference: BHC4181
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London