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English: Possible portrait of Anne Boleyn, Oil on panel, Private Collection/Bradford Art Galleries and Museums.
Apart from a damaged medal, no contemporary portrait of Anne Boleyn has survived, perhaps because her memory was purged after her execution in 1536. During the reign of her daughter, Elizabeth I, however, her memory was revived, and in the late 16th century, a fashion for sets of "Kings and Queens of England" led to the painting of a number of portraits of her, of which the present picture is one. The portraits clearly derive from two separate traditions, though how closely from lost originals, if at all, is not known. The portrait most often reproduced in books is one at the National Portrait gallery in good condition, in which the sitter wears a French hood. The present portrait, no less nor more valid, is of a separate type and was engraved as Anne Boleyn by Reynold Elsrack in 1618. The sitter wears a gable hood and a brooch in the form of a single drop pearl hanging from the monogram "AB".
|Date||Late 16th century|
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