Portraits of Elizabeth I Tudor
I first thought that this was a wrongly named engraving of the Melton Constable or Hastings Portrait of Katherine Parr, due to the prominent pattern of the fabric of the dress, and the maturity of the lady's features, but it is of course a wrongly named engraving of the portrait of Elizabeth I when a Princess attributed to William Scrots.
Possibly Elizabeth I Tudor
Oil on Card
© Private Collection
Inscribed ‘Isabel Royne d’Angleterre, fille de Henry VIII et d’Anne de Boulen… C’est la Fameuse Elizabeth’
Inscribed ‘Isabeau [...] Dangleterre’
Elizabeth I Tudor
07.12 | 21:47
It looks like The Tau cross derives from the Egyptian Ankh and basically they are wearing it around their necks, life rebirth, salvation mirror. sun.Stonehenge looks like it is made up of Ts to form c
07.12 | 21:30
are wearing the symbol on effigies at Ingham church Norfolk and Henry StanleyD1528 at Hillingdon Middlesex.Countess Jacquline of Hainaut and husband Frank Borsele are also wearing the insignia others
07.12 | 21:23
These Queens could of been members of the order and i think the Tau cross is a symbol of the Holy Trinity also.These pendants could of been reliquaries.Lady margaret de Bois and Roger de bois
07.12 | 21:17
I think the Tau cross that they are wearing could be linked to the(knights) order of St Anthony, Mary 1st collar looks like it may represent the knotted girdle/waist cord of st Anthony .