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Queen Anne Boleyn

DPG521-536 (and possibly After De Critz DPG384), one of sixteen or seventeen portraits surviving from a set of twenty-six assembled by Edward Alleyn in four batches from 1618 to 1620. These may well have been acquired, like Alleyn's similar set of Sibyls (British School DPG537-45), from 'Mr Gibkyn'. The images of the earlier Kings (from William Rufus to Henry IV) seem to be taken from the engravings of R. Elstrack in H. Holland's 'Baziliwlogia, a Booke of Kings', 1618.

Not currently on display

Artist
British School
Date
c.1618
Location
Off Site - Long term Loan - Tredegar House, Newport, South Wales
Dimensions
56.8 x 42.2 cm
Materials
Oil on chamfered oak panel
Inscription
Inscribed centre left: 'ANN. BOLEYN.'
Acquisition
Alleyn Bequest, 1626
Accession number
DPG534