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Anne of Denmark (1574-1619), Queen of James I

Sitter associated with 44 portraits
The daughter of Frederick II of Denmark, Anne married James VI of Scotland in 1589. During her time in Scotland she converted from Lutheranism to Catholicism, but James allowed her to practise in private, and her early life with him was relatively happy. Anne and James had seven children, although only Henry, Elizabeth and Charles lived beyond early childhood. In England, Anne made an important contribution to the social and cultural life at court, commissioning artists and writers - most notably Ben Jonson, composers and choreographers, as well as collecting art, particually portraiture.

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D9485

Anne of Denmark

after Unknown artist
line engraving, after 1619
NPG D9485

D1370

The Roiail Progenei of our Most Sacred King James

by Benjamin Wright, after Unknown artist
line engraving, published 1619
NPG D1370

D18120

Anne of Denmark

after Unknown artist
line engraving, probably mid 17th century
NPG D18120

D22815

King James I of England and VI of Scotland; Anne of Denmark

probably by William Faithorne, published by Sir Robert Peake
line engraving, circa 1640
NPG D22815

D32892

Anne of Denmark

probably by William Faithorne, published by Sir Robert Peake
line engraving, circa 1640
NPG D32892

D21404

Anne of Denmark

by George Vertue, after Isaac Oliver
pencil, ink and wash, circa 1717 (circa 1610)
NPG D21404

D25719

Anne of Denmark

by Jacobus Houbraken, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, probably mid 18th century
NPG D25719

D25720

Anne of Denmark

by Jacobus Houbraken, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, probably mid 18th century
NPG D25720

D20149

Anne of Denmark

by Jacobus Houbraken, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
line engraving, circa 1755-1780
NPG D20149

D25728

Anne of Denmark

after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, possibly early 19th century
NPG D25728

D25692

'James I and his royal progeny'

by Charles Turner, published by Samuel Woodburn, after Willem de Passe
mezzotint, published 1814
NPG D25692

D34878

'James I and his royal progeny'

by Charles Turner, published by Samuel Woodburn, after Willem de Passe
mezzotint, published 1814
NPG D34878

D9808

'James I and his royal progeny'

by Charles Turner, published by Samuel Woodburn, after Willem de Passe
mezzotint, published 1814
NPG D9808

D32918

Anne of Denmark

by Edward Hargrave, after Cornelius Johnson (Jonson or Jonson van Ceulen)
coloured line and stipple engraving, 1842
NPG D32918

D32077

The Stuart Dynasty

after Francis Poyntz
albumen print, circa 1887 (1670s)
NPG D32077

D10618

Anne of Denmark

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 17th century
NPG D10618

D19203

Anne of Denmark

by Pieter de Jode I
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D19203

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