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The “Clopton Portrait”, Elizabeth I 1560, a portrait of the young queen before she became the subject of sophisticated royal iconography. Private Collection.

The “Clopton Portrait”, Elizabeth I 1560, a portrait of the young queen before she became the subject of sophisticated royal iconography. Private Collection.

William Segar, The Ermine Portrait 1585 | Elizabeth I of England (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was the Queen of England, Ireland, and nominal claimant to Queen of France from 17 November 1558 until she died in 1603. She has also been called The Virgin Queen or Good Queen Bess.

William Segar, The Ermine Portrait 1585 | Elizabeth I of England (7 September 1533 – 24 March 1603) was the Queen of England, Ireland, and nominal claimant to Queen of France from 17 November 1558 until she died in 1603. She has also been called The Virgin Queen or Good Queen Bess.

elizabeth I; the virgin queen

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elizabeth I; the virgin queen

1590,Unknown,Elizabeth I of England, at Jesus College,Oxford. ЧАСТЬ 3.Династия Тюдоров.1558-1603.Елизавета I.

1590,Unknown,Elizabeth I of England, at Jesus College,Oxford. ЧАСТЬ 3.Династия Тюдоров.1558-1603.Елизавета I.

The portrait of Elizabeth that can be seen at first glance was virtually all painted in the eighteenth century. However, recent technical analysis has revealed that this image was painted over the top of an early seventeenth-century portrait. Dendrochronology (tree-ring dating) indicates that the wood used for the panel was felled some time after 1604, just after the queen's death. Therefore the original portrait was posthumous, based on a pattern developed during Elizabeth's lifetime.

The portrait of Elizabeth that can be seen at first glance was virtually all painted in the eighteenth century. However, recent technical analysis has revealed that this image was painted over the top of an early seventeenth-century portrait. Dendrochronology (tree-ring dating) indicates that the wood used for the panel was felled some time after 1604, just after the queen's death. Therefore the original portrait was posthumous, based on a pattern developed during Elizabeth's lifetime.

Queen Elizabeth I - This is a portrait not often seen.  The red velvet gown and cape would have been fabulously expensive in Elizabeth's time, a vivid reminder to all who saw this portrait of her status and importance.

Queen Elizabeth I - This is a portrait not often seen. The red velvet gown and cape would have been fabulously expensive in Elizabeth's time, a vivid reminder to all who saw this portrait of her status and importance.

Mary Tudor, Later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon

Mary Tudor, Later Mary I, daughter of Catherine of Aragon

Under These Restless Skies: Lady Margaret Pole

Under These Restless Skies: Lady Margaret Pole

c1560 Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603 Unknown artist English School

c1560 Queen Elizabeth I 1533-1603 Unknown artist English School

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