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Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

(1683-1737), Queen of George II

Sitter in 33 portraits
Caroline Wilhelmina was the daughter of John Frederick of Brandenburg-Ansbach. Her parents died while she was still a child and she spent her early life in Berlin, before marrying Prince George of Hanover, the future King George II, in 1705. She accompanied him to England as Princess of Wales in 1714.

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Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by Alexander van Aken, after  Jacopo Amigoni - NPG D9139

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by Alexander van Aken, after Jacopo Amigoni
mezzotint, 1736
NPG D9139

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by George Vertue, after  Jacopo Amigoni - NPG D10770

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by George Vertue, after Jacopo Amigoni
line engraving, 1736 (1735)
NPG D10770

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by George Vertue, after  Jacopo Amigoni - NPG D10771

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by George Vertue, after Jacopo Amigoni
line engraving, 1736 (1735)
NPG D10771

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by George Vertue, after  Jacopo Amigoni - NPG D10772

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by George Vertue, after Jacopo Amigoni
line engraving, 1736 (1735)
NPG D10772

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by Alexander van Aken, after  Jacopo Amigoni - NPG D7912

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by Alexander van Aken, after Jacopo Amigoni
mezzotint, 1736
NPG D7912

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by John Faber Jr, after  John Vanderbank - NPG D32895

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by John Faber Jr, after John Vanderbank
mezzotint, 1739 (1736)
NPG D32895

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach, by John Faber Jr, after  John Vanderbank - NPG D9138

Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by John Faber Jr, after John Vanderbank
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D9138

King George I and the line of succession, by Johann Sebastian Müller, after  Samuel Wale - NPG D32911

King George I and the line of succession

by Johann Sebastian Müller, after Samuel Wale
line engraving, circa 1748
NPG D32911

King George I and the line of succession, by Johann Sebastian Müller, after  Samuel Wale - NPG D32912

King George I and the line of succession

by Johann Sebastian Müller, after Samuel Wale
line engraving, circa 1748
NPG D32912

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Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach when Queen Caroline

by and published by John Smith, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, 1717-1727
NPG D19549

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Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach when Princess of Wales

by and published by John Smith, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, 1717-1727
NPG D19584

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Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach when Princess of Wales

by and published by John Smith, after Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt
mezzotint, 1717 (1716)
NPG D20020

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Caroline Wilhelmina of Brandenburg-Ansbach

by George Vertue, after Jacopo Amigoni
engraving, 1736 (1735)
NPG D14018

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