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Coronation portrait - 1600 copy of 1558 original (National Portrait Gallery, London)  Previous  Next  List    This is a 1600 copy of a portrait painted of 25-year old Elizabeth Tudor in her coronation robes with her regalia.

Where the Tudor Red-Gold Hair came from

Coronation portrait - 1600 copy of 1558 original (National Portrait Gallery, London) Previous Next List This is a 1600 copy of a portrait painted of 25-year old Elizabeth Tudor in her coronation robes with her regalia.

This painting is the finest and most compelling portrait of Elizabeth I before her accession. It conveys her beauty, dignity, gentleness and learning. 1546 / Attributed to William Scrots. Probably painted for Henry VIII.

This painting is the finest and most compelling portrait of Elizabeth I before her accession. It conveys her beauty, dignity, gentleness and learning. 1546 / Attributed to William Scrots. Probably painted for Henry VIII.

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585. Own your own smock from this iconic painting through Designs From Time. Elizabethan era: 1558-1603

Chemise, Smock, Queen Elizabeth I, Authentic Sleeve Blackwork Reproduction, Elizabethan, Renaissance - MADE TO ORDER

Elizabeth I by an Unknown Artist, c.1585. Own your own smock from this iconic painting through Designs From Time. Elizabethan era: 1558-1603

Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth in the film 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age'. Could the virgin queen be a part of the biggest deception in British history?

Is this proof the Virgin Queen was an imposter in drag? Shocking new theory about Elizabeth I unearthed in historic manuscripts

Cate Blanchett as Queen Elizabeth in the film 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age'. Could the virgin queen be a part of the biggest deception in British history?

Speech by Elizabeth I - "I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England, too."

Speech by Elizabeth I - "I know I have the body but of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England, too."

Gloves of Elizabeth The First.  "Her hands were slender,her fingers rather long" - Paul Hentzner, German Visitor To Greenwich Palace, 1598.

Gloves of Elizabeth The First. "Her hands were slender,her fingers rather long" - Paul Hentzner, German Visitor To Greenwich Palace, 1598.

Queen Elizabeth I: The Ditchley Portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, circa 1592 http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw02079/Queen-Elizabeth-I-The-Ditchley-portrait

Queen Elizabeth I: The Ditchley Portrait by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, circa 1592 http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw02079/Queen-Elizabeth-I-The-Ditchley-portrait

Needlework bag and pin-cushion of Queen Elizabeth I, English, 16th C. In the collection of the Duke of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, Great Britain.

Needlework bag and pin-cushion of Queen Elizabeth I, English, 16th C. In the collection of the Duke of Northumberland, Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, Great Britain.

QUEEN ELIZABETH I  (TAG: PUBLIC DOMAIN)

QUEEN ELIZABETH I (TAG: PUBLIC DOMAIN)

Get to know Queen Elizabeth before her battle with Mary begins TONIGHT at 8/7c. #Reign

Get to know Queen Elizabeth before her battle with Mary begins TONIGHT at 8/7c. #Reign

elizabethanhistory:    The Childhood of Queen Elizabeth I was a difficult one. Elizabeth was born 7 September 1533 at Greenwich Palace. The child of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Her much awaited birth was a huge disappointed to King Henry who longed for a male heir

elizabethanhistory: The Childhood of Queen Elizabeth I was a difficult one. Elizabeth was born 7 September 1533 at Greenwich Palace. The child of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Her much awaited birth was a huge disappointed to King Henry who longed for a male heir

I love this. It's not the usual 'girl power' bullshit. Queen Elizabeth I of England. Not 'girl' power, absolute power.

I love this. It's not the usual 'girl power' bullshit. Queen Elizabeth I of England. Not 'girl' power, absolute power.

Elizabeth I being carried in a procession, c. 1600

Elizabeth I being carried in a procession, c. 1600

Elizabeth in a French Farthingale - notice how the skirt does not go all the way to the floor, but goes to the ankle. She has a standing ruff, conch, fan, and slashed shoes as well.

Performing Selfhood: The Costumed Body as a Lite of Mediation Between Life, Art and the Theatre in the English Renaissance

Elizabeth in a French Farthingale - notice how the skirt does not go all the way to the floor, but goes to the ankle. She has a standing ruff, conch, fan, and slashed shoes as well.

Rarely seen portrait of Queen Elizabeth I

Was Henry VIII Lancastrian? His Father Was a Beaufort, So What Did Henry Do? He Tried to Marry One, Then He Married Two.

Rarely seen portrait of Queen Elizabeth I