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Princess Anne (1636-1640), Third daughter of Charles I

Sitter in 7 portraits
Princess Anne was the daughter of Charles I and his queen, Henrietta Maria of France. She was born in St. James's Palace and died of natural causes in Richmond Palace at the age of three. She was buried in Westminster Abbey.

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Five Children of King Charles I

after Sir Anthony van Dyck
oil on canvas, 17th century (1637)
NPG 267

D26442

Princess Anne

after Unknown artist
etching, 17th century
NPG D26442

D26443

Princess Anne

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 17th century
NPG D26443

D26448

Progeny of Charles I

published by Edward Cooper, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, (1637)
NPG D26448

D16466

Princess Anne

after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 1630s
NPG D16466

D11400

The Five Eldest Children of King Charles I

published by Alexander Browne, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, circa 1680-84 (1637)
NPG D11400

D32119

Five Children of King Charles I

by Richard Cooper, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, 1762 (1637)
NPG D32119

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