Product images of James I (1566-1625)
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James I (1566-1625)
A three-quarter-length portrait of James I facing to the right. He wears a white satin doublet and hose, the latter sewn with pearls. The sword belt is similarly adorned. The doublet has jewelled buttons and the wired collar has a needle-lace edging, the cuffs are also edged with lace. Around his neck is a jewelled collar with the large George of the Garter on it.
De Critz was Serjeant Painter to the King from 1603 to his death.
John de Critz
- Image reference: BHC2796
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, Caird Collection