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Arthur, Prince of Wales (1486-1502), Eldest son of Henry VII

Sitter associated with 6 portraits
The elder son of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York, Arthur was married in 1501 to Katherine of Aragon, daughter of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. The marriage secured an important diplomatic link between England and both Spain and the Habsburg empire. Arthur's premature death at Ludlow the following year left his brother Henry as heir to the throne.

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Arthur, Prince of Wales

after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, early 18th century
NPG D23865


Arthur, Prince of Wales

after Unknown artist
line engraving, late 18th century
NPG D23867


Possibly Arthur, Prince of Wales

by H. Crowe, after Unknown artist
etching and aquatint, late 18th-early 19th century
NPG D43054


'Adoration of the Magi'

by Unknown artist
lithograph, published 1878
NPG D43055


formerly thought to be Arthur, Prince of Wales

by Unknown artist
chromolithograph, published 1878
NPG D43058


Arthur, Prince of Wales

by Unknown artist
lithograph, published 1878
NPG D43060

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