‘A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton’, Unknown artist, Britain, 1569 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton’, Unknown artist, Britain, 1569 on display at Tate Britain. A number of portraits from the 1560s seem to be by the painter of this work, whose identity is unknown. Characteristic features include the angle at which the face is presented and the soft treatment of the hair. The sitter may be Elizabeth I’s maid of honour, Helena Snakenborg, who became a powerful figure at court. In 1565 she had…
Elizabeth I and her People shows Queen and country at the National Portrait Gallery
Seeing the Queen's image may be nothing new, but the NPG's display reveals the level of control Elizabeth I had over her portrayal, says Sarah Jackson.
George Gower "Portrait of Queen Elizabeth" I 1600
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Автор - klassika . Это цитата этого сообщения Живопись - *На подиуме 16-18 века....* tdtd /td/tr Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Концерт для флейты и арфы с оркестром Marcus Gheeraerts II 1561 or 2–1636 Portrait of a Woman in Red 1620 " Gaming purse Date late 17th…
1589 Lady Elizabeth Walshe by ? (York Museum - York, Yorkshire and the Humber, UK) | Grand Ladies
Lady Elizabeth Walshe appears to be wearing a black surcote that becomes very narrow at the shoulders.
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Queen Elizabeth I by ? (Richmond Collection - Richmond, North Yorkshire) | Grand Ladies
Queen Elizabeth appears to be wearing a brown velvet dress with silver brocade puffed sleeves in this portrait.
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Early peoples created Myths, when they could not explain how or why things happened - from their own emotions to Nature. Traditional historians rely on man's written & drawn records to interpret past progress & myths. Archaeologists' science & artifacts form the basis of our knowledge of prehistorical civilizations, most of which seem to be in Africa, Europe, & Asia. We don't know much about ancient cultures here in North America, but we need to.