Pinterest
People also love these ideas
Prince Henry When an Infant, unknown artist, 1596

The Lost Prince – in pictures

he Lost Prince Prince Henry (Stuart) of England and Scotland as an Infant, unknown artist, 1596

Edward of Middleham, only son of Richard III and his wife Anne Neville

Edward of Middleham, only son of Richard III and his wife Anne Neville - pre-Tudor - djc

Anne of Cleves by Richard Burchett. Oil on panel, 1850s. Henry thought she was ugly and in the Tutor series, said she looked like a horse.

Anne of Cleves, wife of King Henry VIII, of England. (see our Wall-Sutton-Runyon/Reignion ancestry chart) By Richard Burchett Oil on panel,

Elizabeth 1 and her mother, Anne Boleyn

Being Bess: Death Could Not Separate Them: How Elizabeth I Connected to Her Deceased Mother. Anne Boleyn Says a Final Goodbye to her Daughter, Princess Elizabeth by Gustaf Wappers 1838

Henry VII (1457 - 1509) was the first Tudor monarch. His claim to the throne was not strong and he became king after defeating Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485.

Henry VII - Defeated Richard III at Bosworth Field to become the first Tudor king. His first son, Arthur, predeceased him leaving his younger son, Henry, to inherit the throne.

Elizabeth of York (married Henry Vll after battle of Bosworth Field).

Elizabeth of York Daughter of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville Born: 11 February 1466 Married Henry VII: 18 June 1486 Died: 11 February 1503 Children: Arthur Prince of Wales Margaret Queen of Scotland Henry VIII Mary Queen of France 18

Elizabeth of York: a Tudor of rare talent and one of England’s best queens | History Extra

She may not have sought the limelight as much as some of her contemporaries, but Henry VIII’s mother, Elizabeth of York, was a Tudor of rare talent, says Alison Weir. This article was first pub

Duke Of Suffolk, Charles brandon - kings-and-queens Photo

of Suffolk (Charles Brandon Duke of Suffolk) by Richard Burchett (circle of). Date painted: Oil on panel, x cm Collection: Parliamentary Art Collection

Lady Jane Grey, by Richard Burchett  Oil on panel, 1850’s

Lady Jane Grey By Richard Burchett Oil on panel, A granddaughter of Princess Mary Tudor, Queen of France.

Margaret Beaufort, the infamous "Tudor matriarch". She gave birth to Henry VII when she was aged around 13. She later proved to be influential in his life, as her planning and plotting helped him ascend to the throne.

Margaret Beaufort - Mother of King Henry VII, grandmother of King Henry VIII, great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth. Plotted rdaughter Elizabeth for political alliance. Their union produced Henry VIII.

Mary I's Psalter- Embroided on the cover is a Tudor rose sprouting from a pomegranate, the symbols of the Tudor dynasty, representing Mary's father, Henry VIII, and Mary's mother, Catherine of Aragon.

Mary I Psalter - Psalter belonging to Mary I. Embroided on the cover is a rose sprouting a pomegranate, the symbols of Tudor and Mary's mother Katherine of Aragon

In Their Final Words: Most Recognizable Executions in Tudor England

In Their Final Words: Most Recognizable Executions in Tudor England - Tudors Dynasty

Henry VII | Art UK

Henry VII of England (Tudor), King at the time of Cabot's discovery. Cabot later claimed the land he found for the Crown.

Richard Burchett, younger Henry VII 1854-1860