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Queen Mary I
Painting of Mary I, Queen of England and Ireland. She is wearing a pendant with a large pearl, a gift from king Philip II of Spain on the occasion of their marriage in 1554. The pearl is named 'La Peregrina' (the Wanderer) and was last owned by Elizabeth Taylor.
between 1590and 1610
oil on panel
57.2 × 45.1 cm (22.5 × 17.8 in)
Part of a set of portraits from Hornby Castle, England.
name of sitter top: MARY REGINA ANGLYA [Mary Queen of England]
This set of images was gathered by User:Dcoetzee from the National Portrait Gallery, London website using a special tool. All images in this batch have an unknown author, but there is strong evidence it was first published before 1923 (based mainly on the NPG's estimated date of the work).
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