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Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I (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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Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Unknown artist, background by Hendrik van Steenwyck
oil on canvas, circa 1635
On display in Room 5 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 1247

D26390

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Willem Jacobsz Delff, after Daniel Mytens
line engraving, early 17th century
NPG D26390

D22546

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Willem Jacobsz Delff, after Daniel Mytens
line engraving, circa 1625-1683
NPG D22546

D16472

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

published by Balthasar Moncornet, after Unknown artist
line engraving, 1625-1649
NPG D16472

D16482

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Cornelis Galle the Younger, after Nicolaus van der Horst
line engraving, (1625-1635)
NPG D16482

D19461

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Willem Jacobsz Delff, after Daniel Mytens
line engraving, circa 1625-1683
NPG D19461

D20016

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Jonas Suyderhoef, published by Pieter Claesz Soutman, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, published circa 1625-1650
NPG D20016

D26391

Henrietta Maria Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland consort of Charles I

by Jonas Suyderhoef, after Sir Anthony van Dyck
line engraving, mid 17th century
NPG D26391