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Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans (1644-1670), Daughter of Charles I

Sitter in 19 portraits
The youngest sister of Charles II, who called her 'Minette', Henrietta Anne was brought up a Catholic in France. She married the Duke of Orleans, brother of Louis XIV, in 1661, and worked thereafter for an alliance between England and France, and to convert Charles to Catholicism. One of her last acts was to come to England to negotiate the Treaty of Dover.

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1606

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

copy attributed to Jean Petitot, possibly after Pierre Mignard
enamel on gold, 17th century?
NPG 1606

6028

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Sir Peter Lely
oil on canvas, feigned oval, circa 1662
On display in Room 7 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 6028

228

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

possibly after Pierre Mignard
oil on canvas, feigned oval, (circa 1665-1670)
NPG 228

D16460

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

after Claude Mellan
line engraving, 1650s
NPG D16460

D16459

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Nicolas de Larmessin, published by Pierre Bertrand
line engraving, 1660s
NPG D16459

D29334

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by George Vertue
stipple engraving, early to mid 18th century
NPG D29334

D29335

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by George Vertue
stipple engraving, early to mid 18th century
NPG D29335

D29333

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Jean Audran, after Claude Mellan
line engraving, 1707
NPG D29333

D16461

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Jean Audran, after Claude Mellan
line engraving, published 1707
NPG D16461

D16462

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Jean Audran, after Claude Mellan
line engraving, published 1707
NPG D16462

D16463

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Jean Audran, after Claude Mellan
line engraving, published 1707
NPG D16463

D16464

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Jean Audran, after Claude Mellan
line engraving, published 1707
NPG D16464

D16465

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Jean Audran, after Claude Mellan
line engraving, published 1707
NPG D16465

D29337

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 18th to early 19th century
NPG D29337

D29336

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by William Platt, published by Edward Harding
stipple engraving, published 1799
NPG D29336

D29338

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Charles Turner, after Unknown artist, published by Samuel Woodburn
mezzotint, published 1812
NPG D29338

D7875

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Charles Turner, after Pierre Mignard
mezzotint, published 1812
NPG D7875

D7876

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans

by Charles Turner, after Pierre Mignard
mezzotint, published 1812
NPG D7876

D32110

Henrietta Anne, Duchess of Orleans; Mary Charlotte Gage (née Bond), Lady Gage

by Joseph Brown, after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, published 1841
NPG D32110

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