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Hans Holbein the Younger, Sir Thomas More, 1527, Tempera on wood, 74,2 x 59 cm, Frick Collection, New York:

Hans Holbein the Younger, Sir Thomas More, 1527, Tempera on wood, 74,2 x 59 cm, Frick Collection, New York:

HOLBEIN Hans the Younger (Augsburg c.1497-1543) - Portrait of a Merchant

HOLBEIN Hans the Younger (Augsburg c.1497-1543) - Portrait of a Merchant

Catherine Carey, daughter of Mary Boleyn, niece of Anne Boleyn, possible daughter of Henry VIII | by lisby1

Catherine Carey, daughter of Mary Boleyn, niece of Anne Boleyn, possible daughter of Henry VIII | by lisby1

4. Hans HOLBEIN Portrait of Anne of Cleves 1539 Silhouette of the Northern Renaissance with wide ruffed or puffed shoulders

4. Hans HOLBEIN Portrait of Anne of Cleves 1539 Silhouette of the Northern Renaissance with wide ruffed or puffed shoulders

She ruthlessly usurped another woman's position as queen, changed a country's religion, and thus created lots of political upheaval? She is the face that launched many ships.

Anne Boleyn Executed: Was She Really Guilty of Her Crimes?

She ruthlessly usurped another woman's position as queen, changed a country's religion, and thus created lots of political upheaval? She is the face that launched many ships.

50.	HANS HOLBEIN THE YOUNGER (1497-1543) – After Dürer, Holbein is the greatest of the German painters of his time. The fascinating portrait of "The Ambassadors" is still considered one of the most enigmatic paintings of art history - Self Portrait 1542

50. HANS HOLBEIN THE YOUNGER (1497-1543) – After Dürer, Holbein is the greatest of the German painters of his time. The fascinating portrait of "The Ambassadors" is still considered one of the most enigmatic paintings of art history - Self Portrait 1542

Hans Holbein the Younger-Member of the Wedigh Family: 1532 The sitter's ring displays the arms of the Wedighs of Cologne. He has sometimes been identified as Hermann Wedigh III, a merchant and member of the Hanseatic trading company in London. The quote from Terence on the sheet of paper was popular among humanists. The penetrating gaze and meticulous technique are characteristic of Holbein's work at its best.

Hans Holbein the Younger-Member of the Wedigh Family: 1532 The sitter's ring displays the arms of the Wedighs of Cologne. He has sometimes been identified as Hermann Wedigh III, a merchant and member of the Hanseatic trading company in London. The quote from Terence on the sheet of paper was popular among humanists. The penetrating gaze and meticulous technique are characteristic of Holbein's work at its best.

Portrait of Thomas Cranmer, Gerlach Flicke (1545), National Portrait Gallery, London.

Portrait of Thomas Cranmer, Gerlach Flicke (1545), National Portrait Gallery, London.

The famous portrait of Prince Edward (later King Edward VI) in Washington DC's National Gallery of Art.

The famous portrait of Prince Edward (later King Edward VI) in Washington DC's National Gallery of Art.

Hans Holbein der Jüngere, Charles de Solier, Sieur de Morette (1534-35, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden)

Hans Holbein der Jüngere, Charles de Solier, Sieur de Morette (1534-35, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden)

Henry, Duke of York, third child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, b.28 June 1491 Greenwich Palace, London, England d.	28 January 1547 (aged 55) Palace of Whitehall, London, England. He becomes Henry VIII and marries six times. He marries his brother's widow, Katherine of Aragón in 1509, Anne Boleyn in 1533, Jane Seymour in 1536, Anne of Cleves in 1540, Catherine Howard in 1540 and Katherine Parr in 1543. He becomes the father of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.

Henry, Duke of York, third child of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, b.28 June 1491 Greenwich Palace, London, England d. 28 January 1547 (aged 55) Palace of Whitehall, London, England. He becomes Henry VIII and marries six times. He marries his brother's widow, Katherine of Aragón in 1509, Anne Boleyn in 1533, Jane Seymour in 1536, Anne of Cleves in 1540, Catherine Howard in 1540 and Katherine Parr in 1543. He becomes the father of Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I.