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KING CHARLES I OF ENGLAND (SON OF KING JAMES I) & HIS QUEEN, HENRIETTA MARIA OF FRANCE.

King Charles I of England and his wife Henrietta Maria of France. I believe the original of this portrait hangs at Hampton Court Palace, it is larger and depicts their black stable boy and their court companion, Jeffrey Hudson, a man of just in height.

Someone by don’t remember, 17th century The color is nice.  It’s kind of a pale green.

Henrietta Anne Stuart, Duchess of Orleans, youngest daughter of Charles I and Henrietta Maria attributed to Sir Peter Lely (Exeter Guildhall - Exeter, Devon UK)

Henrietta Maria of France (25 November 1609 – 10 September 1669) was the Queen consort of England, Scotland, and Ireland as the wife of King Charles I. She was mother of two kings, Charles II and James II, and grandmother of two queens and one king, Mary II, William III and Anne of Great Britain, as well as paternal aunt of Louis XIV of France. The North American Province of Maryland was named in her honor, and the name was carried over into the current U.S. state of Maryland.

Henrietta Marie de Bourbon (1609-1669)

Queens of England, Henrietta Maria, 1609 - 1669 Henrietta Maria was born on the November 1609 and was the daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie de’ Medici. She was raised as a Catholic and was.

King Charles I, his wife, Queen Henrietta Maria, and two of their children

Charles I and his wife Henrietta Maria with Charles, Prince of Wales (Charles II) and Elisabeth, the Princess Royal by Anthony van Dyck, 1633

1638 Henrietta-Maria by van Dyck (State Hermitage Museum - St. Petersburg Russia). Queen Henrietta Maria wears a heavily jewelled dress in this 1638 van Dyck portrait.

1638 Henrietta-Maria by van Dyck (State Hermitage Museum - St. Queen Henrietta Maria wears a heavily jewelled dress in this 1638 van Dyck portrait.

The 17th century saw a departure from the hairstyles made popular by Queen Elizabeth I, and a move towards the latest French trends. Inspired by Charles I’s wife, Henrietta Maria, the height of fashion for women was to part the hair in the middle, flatten the top, then frizz and curl each side of the head.

The 17th century saw a departure from the hairstyles made popular by Queen Elizabeth I, and a move towards the latest French trends. Inspired by Charles I’s wife, Henrietta Maria, the height of fashion for women was to part the hair in the middle, flatten the top, then frizz and curl each side of the head.

Henrietta Maria of France, Queen of England (1609-1669) by Michael Dahl (on auction by Koller Auctions) From invaluable.com

Henrietta Maria of France, Queen of England by Michael Dahl (on auction by Koller Auctions)

Queen Henrietta Maria, Wife of King Charles I with the dwarf, Sir Jeffrey Hudson, 1633

Henrietta Maria and the dwarf, Sir Jeffrey Hudson, 1633 by Anthony van Dyck

Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson by Anthony van Dyck, 1633

1633 Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson by Sir Anthonis van Dyck (National Gallery of Art - Washington, DC USA)

English Queen (detail), Cornelis Jonson van Ceulen

Henriette-Marie de France, Queen of England(detail), Cornelis Jonson van Ceulen

Henrietta Maria by unknown (background by Hendrik van Steenwyck) (circa 1635) National Portrait Gallery, London

Queen Henrietta Maria by unknown (background by Hendrik van Steenwyck), ca National Portrait Gallery, London

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