Reginald Pole (1500-1558) Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury. King Henry VIII of England financed his studies. Portrait by British *English* School, 16th century

Reginald Pole (1500-1558) Cardinal and Archbishop of Canterbury. King Henry VIII of England financed his studies. Portrait by British *English* School, 16th century

King Henry VI (1421–1471)  Portrait by British (English) School, 16th century

King Henry VI (1421–1471) Portrait by British (English) School, 16th century

King Edward VI of England (1537-1553) Son of Henry VIII of England and Jane Seymour. Portrait after Guillaume Scrots, c.16th century

King Edward VI of England (1537-1553) Son of Henry VIII of England and Jane Seymour. Portrait after Guillaume Scrots, c.16th century

Queen Elizabeth of York (1466–1503), Queen to Henry VII, British (English) School, 16th century.

Queen Elizabeth of York (1466–1503), Queen to Henry VII, British (English) School, 16th century.

King Henry VIII (1491–1547) Portrait by British (English) School, 1530-1569. The painting does not appear to be contemporary and therefore is unlikely to be one of the two portraits of the King included in the 1601 inventory. It is most probably a later copy.

King Henry VIII (1491–1547) Portrait by British (English) School, 1530-1569. The painting does not appear to be contemporary and therefore is unlikely to be one of the two portraits of the King included in the 1601 inventory. It is most probably a later copy.

King Henry VII (1457–1509), English School, 16th century. A small half-length portrait of a man, wearing a crimson robe, holding a red rose, and wearing a black hat with jewel.

King Henry VII (1457–1509), English School, 16th century. A small half-length portrait of a man, wearing a crimson robe, holding a red rose, and wearing a black hat with jewel.

King Henry VII (1457–1509)  Portrait by British (English) School. Henry’s typical iconography is used here, from the rich fur trim on his robes, to the quintessential inclusion of the Tudor rose, which he holds in his delicate and regal hand. Similar to the portrait of Henry VIII in the same collection at Hardwick, this is one of many copies from an original, now lost.

King Henry VII (1457–1509) Portrait by British (English) School. Henry’s typical iconography is used here, from the rich fur trim on his robes, to the quintessential inclusion of the Tudor rose, which he holds in his delicate and regal hand. Similar to the portrait of Henry VIII in the same collection at Hardwick, this is one of many copies from an original, now lost.

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