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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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King Charles I and Henrietta Maria, by George Vertue - NPG D26445

King Charles I and Henrietta Maria

by George Vertue
line engraving, early to mid 18th century
NPG D26445

Henrietta Maria, after Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D16953

Henrietta Maria

after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, 18th century (circa 1632)
NPG D16953

The Marriage of King Charles I and Henrietta Maria, after Unknown artist - NPG D26392

The Marriage of King Charles I and Henrietta Maria

after Unknown artist
line engraving, mid to late 18th century
NPG D26392

Henrietta Maria, after Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D26409

Henrietta Maria

after Sir Anthony van Dyck
mezzotint, mid to late 18th century
NPG D26409

Henrietta Maria, after Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D26411

Henrietta Maria

after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, possibly mid 18th century
NPG D26411

King Charles I; Henrietta Maria; King Charles II; Mary, Princess of Orange, by Bernard Baron, published by  John Boydell, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D32111

King Charles I; Henrietta Maria; King Charles II; Mary, Princess of Orange

by Bernard Baron, published by John Boydell, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching and line engraving, 1741 (1632)
NPG D32111

King Charles I, Henrietta Maria, King Charles II; Mary, Princess of Orange, by Bernard Baron, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D26449

King Charles I, Henrietta Maria, King Charles II; Mary, Princess of Orange

by Bernard Baron, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
etching and line engraving, 1741 (1632)
NPG D26449

Henrietta Maria, by Thomas Chambers (Chambars), after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D16952

Henrietta Maria

by Thomas Chambers (Chambars), after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, 1750s-1780s
NPG D16952

Henrietta Maria, by Simon François Ravenet, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D16483

Henrietta Maria

by Simon François Ravenet, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published 1757
NPG D16483

Henrietta Maria, by Simon François Ravenet, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D16484

Henrietta Maria

by Simon François Ravenet, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published 1757
NPG D16484

Henrietta Maria, by Pieter Stevens van Gunst, published by  John Boydell, published by  Josiah Boydell, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D32074

Henrietta Maria

by Pieter Stevens van Gunst, published by John Boydell, published by Josiah Boydell, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published late 18th century (circa 1638)
NPG D32074

The family of King Charles I, after Samuel Woodforde - NPG D26374

The family of King Charles I

after Samuel Woodforde
line engraving, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D26374

Henrietta Maria, by Edward Harding, after  Silvester Harding - NPG D26399

Henrietta Maria

by Edward Harding, after Silvester Harding
stipple engraving, early 19th century
NPG D26399

Henrietta Maria, by Robert Cooper - NPG D26407

Henrietta Maria

by Robert Cooper
stipple and line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D26407

Henrietta Maria, published by John Thane, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D26408

Henrietta Maria

published by John Thane, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, early 19th century
NPG D26408

Henrietta Maria, by Henry Bone, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D17188

Henrietta Maria

by Henry Bone, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, early 19th century
NPG D17188

Henrietta Maria, by William Haines, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D26414

Henrietta Maria

by William Haines, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
stipple engraving, published 1810
NPG D26414

Henrietta Maria, by Henry Bone, after  Sir Anthony van Dyck - NPG D17239

Henrietta Maria

by Henry Bone, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, October 1827
NPG D17239

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