Explore Wedding Night, Canvas Paintings, and more!

Explore related topics

After the death of Lillius Drummond her husband Lord Seton remarried, on their wedding night he and his young bride were kept awake by pitiful and mournful cries. In the morning they found scratched on the windowsill, the name D. Lillius Drummond in letters three inches high and backwards, the windowsill is 50 feet from the ground.

File:'Margaret Hay, Countess of Dunfermline', oil on canvas painting by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, Dunedin Public Art Gallery.

Related image

Young Woman Reading the Bible in a Puritan Jail, New England, Giclee Print

The House of Stewart - The Stewarts ruled Scotland from 1406 up until the death of Elizabeth I in 1603. With no direct descendants, Elizabeth became the last monarch of the House of Tudor and King James VI of Scotland acceded to the throne of England. This created The Union of the Crowns, which brought England and Scotland under one monarch.  James was the first cousin (twice removed) of Elizabeth.

The House of Stewart - The Stewarts ruled Scotland from 1406 up until the death…

1627 Jan Anthonisz van Ravesteyn - Portrait of a Noble Youth

View Bildnis eines jungen Herrn by Jan Anthonisz van Ravesteyn on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Jan Anthonisz van Ravesteyn.

FCBTC / Bodice, circa 1630-40 -  This punched-silk bodice was made to be worn with a long stomacher. 17th century stomachers were longer than 18th century stomachers and were often done in contrasting rather than matching designs.

An Appetite for Fashion Decadence: A Brief History of Stomachers

FCBTC / Bodice, circa - This punched-silk bodice was made to be worn with a long stomacher. century stomachers were longer than century stomachers and were often done in contrasting rather than matching designs.

Plantagenet family tree - Henry II, the son of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Henry I's daughter Matilda, was the first in a long line of 14 Plantagenet kings, stretching from Henry II's accession through to Richard III's death in 1485. Within that line, however, four distinct Royal Houses can be identified: Angevin, Plantagenet, Lancaster and York.

Plantagenet family tree - Henry II, the son of Geoffrey Plantagenet and Henry I's daughter Matilda, was the first in a long line of 14 Plantagenet kings, stretching from Henry II's accession through to Richard III's death in Not complete.

Alathea Talbot, Countess of Arundel and Surrey (c.1590–1654)

British (English) School Alathea Talbot Countess of Arundel and Surrey 1619 Collection: Ingestre Hall Residential Arts Centre

Lord Chancellor Big Wig! Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke, 1763,  by William Nelson Gardiner, after William Hoarewatercolour, circa 1800 (1763)

Typical court suit in Bright colors and extravangant embroidery were trendy in that period. This type of outifit was worn by upper class man.

Sir Thomas Egerton (c.1540–1617), 1st Viscount Brackley - inscription has the year 1617 and the age of the sitter as 75

Sir Thomas Egerton Viscount Brackley - inscription has the year 1617 and the age of the sitter as 75

Pinterest
Search