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Henrietta Maria (1609-1669), Queen of Charles I

Sitter associated with 86 portraits
The youngest daughter of Henry IV of France and Marie de MediciI, Henrietta Maria married Charles I in 1625, her Catholicism alienated many of her English subjects. She gave strong, loving support to Charles I during his troubles, and practical assistance during the Civil War by personally bringing munitions from France, and pawning her jewellery to raise funds.

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D26405

Henrietta Maria

by Wenceslaus Hollar
etching, 1641
NPG D26405

D9794

Henrietta Maria

by Wenceslaus Hollar, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching, 1641
NPG D9794

D22774

Henrietta Maria

by William Faithorne, published by Thomas Hinde, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published circa 1643-1650
NPG D22774

D22773

Henrietta Maria

by William Faithorne
line engraving, 1650s-1660s
NPG D22773

D16473

Henrietta Maria

by Balthasar Moncornet, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1650s
NPG D16473

D16474

Henrietta Maria

after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1650s
NPG D16474

D16475

Henrietta Maria

by Theodorus Merlen, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1650s
NPG D16475

D16476

Henrietta Maria

probably by Richard Gaywood, after Unknown artist
etching, 1650s
NPG D16476

D20014

Henrietta Maria

by William Faithorne
line engraving, 1650s-1660s
NPG D20014

D22777

Henrietta Maria

by William Faithorne, published by Nathaniel Brooke
line engraving, published 1655-1674
NPG D22777

D22778

Henrietta Maria

by William Faithorne, published by Nathaniel Brooke
line engraving, published 1655-1674
NPG D22778

D22779

Henrietta Maria

by William Faithorne, published by Nathaniel Brooke
line engraving, published 1655-1674
NPG D22779

D26398

Henrietta Maria

by Pieter Stevens van Gunst, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, late 17th-early 18th century
NPG D26398

D26412

Henrietta Maria

by John Smith, published by Edward Cooper, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, late 17th century
NPG D26412

D26413

Henrietta Maria

after Unknown artist
line engraving, possibly late 17th century
NPG D26413

D18211

King Charles I; Henrietta Maria

by Unknown artist
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D18211

D20143

Henrietta Maria

by and published by Pieter de Bailliu the Elder, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, late 17th century
NPG D20143

D32075

Henrietta Maria

by and published by Pieter Stevens van Gunst, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, circa 1680-1724 (circa 1638)
NPG D32075

D11407

Henrietta Maria

published by Alexander Browne, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, circa 1680-84 (1632)
NPG D11407

D11910

Henrietta Maria

published by John Smith, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, circa 1683-1729
NPG D11910

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