Historical Art of Catherine
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Historical Images of Catherine
16th Century - 19th Century
Lambeth Palace portrait. Probably painted around the time of her second marriage to Lord Latimer c. 1533.
Another disputed painting of Catherine Parr.
18th century engraving based on a painting of Catherine Parr, original from National Portrait Gallery, London.
19th century engraving
18th Century Sarah Essex depiction of Catherine.
18th-19th century engraving of Catherine. Depiction taken from an Original Portrait in Lambeth Palace. Along with her autograph.
Henry Pierce Bone (1779–1855) Portrait of a lady called Katherine Parr (1512-48) 1844 Enamel4.8 × 3.9 cmPurchased by Queen Victoria from the artist in 1844Signed, dated and inscribed on the counter-enamel: Katharine Parr/ London Febr 1844/ Painted by Henry Pier./ Bone Enamel Painter/ to Her Majesty & H.R.H./ Prince Albert &c. From/ the Original in/ Lambeth Palace.
Catherine Parr, Attributed to William Scrots c. 1545
oil on panel, circa 1545, 25 in. x 20 in. (635 mm x 508 mm). Purchased with help from The Art Fund, the Pilgrim Trust, H.M. Government and Gooden & Fox Ltd, 1968. Primary Collection, National Portrait Gallery 4618, London, England. On display in Room 2 at Montacute House.
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Catherine Parr (unknown artist, possibly after a lost original by Hans Eworth, painted about 1543-1547 (copy would be later)
At right, the famous full-length portrait thought originally to be Catherine Parr, then Lady Jane Grey, and now again thought to be Queen Catherine. See Historical Profile of Catherine Parr for a full description from the National Portrait Gallery. The full-length format was very rare in portraits of this date, and was usually used only for very important sitters.
Miniature, in the style of Lucas Horernbout (Catherine Parr?)