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|Description||The "Hampden" portrait of Elizabeth I of England, an early full-length portrait of the young queen in a red satin gown. Oil on canvas transfered from panel, 196 by 140 cm., 77¼ by 55¼ in. Sold at Sotheby's, London, for £2.6 million in November 2007. Reuters news story "Sir Roy Strong, a leading authority on portraits of Elizabeth I, who has written about the painting for Sotheby's in-house magazine, Preview, believed it to be an important early portrait, undertaken at a time when her image was being tightly controlled. 'This is a portrait dating from the mid to late 1560s, one of a group produced in response to a crisis over the production of the royal image, one which was reflected in the words of a draft proclamation dated 1563,' he said." FindArticles Portrait of a royal quest for a husband, The Independent, (London), Nov 1, 2007|
|Date||c. 1563 (per catalogue description)|
|Source||Scanned in the US from Sotheby's Catalogue #L07123, Important British Paintings 1500-1850 22 November 2007|
|Author||Steven van der Meulen|
|Steven van der Meulen (fl. 1543–1568)|
|Alternative names||Steven van der Muelen|
Southern Netherlandish painter
|Date of birth/death||1568|
|Location of birth||Antwerp (?)|
|Work period||from 1543until 1568|
|Work location||Antwerp (1543-1552), London (1560-1568), Stockholm (1561)|
|Authority control||ULAN: 500010692 | VIAF: 95745986|
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