Product images of Mary I of England (1516-58) and Philip II of Spain (1527-98)
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Mary I of England (1516-58) and Philip II of Spain (1527-98)
Mary is seated full-length on the right, facing to the left in a black overdress with fur on the sleeves and gold brocade embroidered underdress, with the headdress of the 1550s. Her facial characteristics, which do not resemble other portraits of Mary, have been intentionally idealized to flatter the sitter. Philip is standing on the left facing to the right in a black doublet and hat and white hose. He is wearing the Order of the Garter.
English School, probably after Lucas de Heere
- Image reference: BHC2952
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London