Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8-1543) - An unidentified man
A portrait drawing of an unidentified man. A bust length portrait with the body facing three-quarters to the left, and the head facing to the front. It corresponds with a portrait on panel by a follower of Holbein in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.This study corresponds very closely to a painted portrait in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The sitter is not identified on either the drawing or the painting (which appears to be by an assistant of Holbein), but he has been…
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8-1543) - John More
A portrait drawing of John More (1509-1547), the son of Sir Thomas More. A half-length portrait facing three-quarters to the right. He wears a cap and is reading a book. A study for the More family group (destroyed). Inscribed by the artist: lipfarb brun (complexion brown). Inscribed in an eighteenth-century hand at upper left: Iohn More Sr Thomas Mores Son.
Joe Brainard: On Art and the Drawings of Holbein
. Portrait of Sir Richard Southwell : Hans Holbein the Younger, c. 1537; black and coloured chalks, brush in black and metal pen, ...
George Nevill, 3rd Baron Bergavenny, c.1533 - Hans Holbein the Younger - WikiArt.org
‘George Nevill, 3rd Baron Bergavenny’ was created in c.1533 by Hans Holbein the Younger in Northern Renaissance style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8-1543) - Thomas, 2nd Baron Vaux (1509-1556)
A portrait drawing of Thomas, 2nd Baron Vaux (1509-1556). A bust length portrait facing three-quarters to the right. The sheet of paper has been cut to an irregular shape. Inscribed by the artist: silbe (silver, twice), rot (red), w. sam (for weiss sammet, white velvet)? Gl (gold)…karmin (…carmine). Inscribed in an eighteenth-century hand at upper left: ux. Another portrait drawing of Lord Vaux by Holbein is in the Royal Collection (RL 12246).
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/8-1543) - Lady Ratcliffe
A portrait drawing of Lady Ratcliffe. A half length portrait facing to the front. She wears a chain and pendant. Inscribed by the artist: damast black, and schwarz felbat (black velvet). Inscribed in an eighteenth-century hand at upper left: The Lady Ratclif. Holbein’s drawings are an important source of information for the dress at the court during of Henry VIII. This lady wears a distinctive headdress with a hood lifted up on one side. The artist also made separate studies of jewellery and…
Mistress Zouche, drawn by Hans Holbein (copyright HM Queen). It has been suggested that the 'M' isn't short for Mary but Mistress. If that is the case this could be a depiction of Anne Boleyn's lady-in-waiting Anne Zouche/Anne Gainsford.