Queen Elizabeth needlework portrait
AN EXTREMELY FINE AND RARE ENGLISH PORTRAIT IN NEEDLEWORK DEPICTING QUEEN ELIZABETH I CIRCA 1580 MEASUREMENTS: 6 3/4 by 6 1/2 in.; the panel 4 3/4 by 4 1/2 in. DESCRIPTION Delicately worked in polychrome silks, silver and gold metal threads ornamented with seed pearls and glass beads, the face painted on vellum, Gloriana shown standing on a terrace wearing a feather plumed hat worked with seed pearls, with a ruff above a couched bodice with similar ballooned sleeves, the dress diapered with…
The Death Of Elizabeth I, Queen Of England
Order museum quality oil painting reproduction of The Death Of Elizabeth I, Queen Of England by Paul Delaroche. This recreated Paul Delaroche replica will be 100% hand-painted by our expert artists on high quality grade canvas. Customize your artwork size and choose from our extensive selection of frames to complement your oil painting. 100% satisfaction guaranteed with every purchase or your money back.
Queen Elizabeth I (1538-1603) in Old Age, C.1610
Final Dimensions (width x height): 18" x 24"This giclee print offers beautiful color accuracy on a highquality paper (235 gsm) that is a great option for framing with its smooth, acid free surface. Giclee (French for "to spray") is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed onto the papers surface creating natural color transitions. Queen Elizabeth I (1538-1603) in Old Age, c.1610 (oil on panel), English School, (17th century) / Corsham Court, Wiltshire / The Bridgeman Art…
My obsessive obsession: Pearl, you really got a hold on me
Once, a friend of mine and fellow blogger, said “Pearls are a girls best friend.”, and I couldn’t agree more. Don’t get me wrong, diamonds are beautiful, but if I have to choose between diamonds and pearls, I would choose pearls in a heartbeat. There’s something about them that makes me feel vintage, classy and delicate. They have a certain mysticism that makes your outfit look sophisticated. Of course, the meaning of pearls through history is vast. For the Egyptian, pearls were so valuable…
The real story of Queen Elizabeth and Robert Dudley
The story of Queen Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley has fascinated people for more than 450 years. They were certainly emotionally dependent on each other throughout their lives, but were they ever really lovers?
Renaissance & Medieval Jewelry and Accessories, Honey Butter Leggings
Renaissance Jewelry, Medieval Jewellery, Victorian, Tudor Elizabeth Replica, Pirate, Fantasy, Cosplay, Steampunk, necklace, brooch, girdle, collar, feather fan