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Anne, Queen of Hungary wrongly identified as Lady Jane Grey

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Anne, Queen of Hungary wrongly identified as Lady Jane Grey, by Antoine Maurin, printed by  François Le Villain, published by  Edward Bull, published by  Edward Churton, after  Hans Maler, 1820s (1519) - NPG D32036 - © National Portrait Gallery, London

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Anne, Queen of Hungary wrongly identified as Lady Jane Grey

by Antoine Maurin, printed by François Le Villain, published by Edward Bull, published by Edward Churton, after Hans Maler
lithograph, 1820s (1519)
19 in. x 13 1/4 in. (482 mm x 338 mm) paper size
acquired unknown source, 1957
Reference Collection
NPG D32036

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  • Edward Bull (active circa 1800-1841), Publisher. Artist associated with 25 portraits.
  • Edward Churton (active circa 1800-1841), Publisher. Artist associated with 19 portraits.
  • François Le Villain (active 1820s-1830s), Lithographic printer. Artist associated with 26 portraits.
  • Hans Maler (before 1500-1529). Artist associated with 4 portraits.
  • Antoine Maurin (1793-1860), Lithographer. Artist associated with 19 portraits.

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  • NPG D34620: Anne, Queen of Hungary wrongly identified as Lady Jane Grey (from same stone)

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