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Progeny of Charles I
published by Edward Cooper, after Sir Anthony Van Dyck Click on the links below to find out more
12 1/4 in. x 16 1/4 in. (312 mm x 412 mm) paper size
Given by the daughter of compiler William Fleming MD, Mary Elizabeth Stopford (née Fleming), 1931
- Princess Anne (1636-1640), Third daughter of Charles I. Sitter in 7 portraits.
- King Charles II (1630-1685), Reigned 1660-85. Sitter associated with 294 portraits.
- Princess Elizabeth (1635-1650), Daughter of Charles I. Sitter associated with 15 portraits.
- King James II (1633-1701), Reigned 1685-88. Sitter associated with 132 portraits.
- Mary, Princess of Orange (1631-1660), Daughter of Charles I; wife of William II of Orange-Nassau. Sitter associated with 49 portraits.
- Edward Cooper (died 1725), Printseller. Artist associated with 169 portraits, Sitter in 3 portraits.
- Sir Anthony Van Dyck (1599-1641), Painter. Artist associated with 1017 portraits, Sitter associated with 31 portraits.
- NPG 267: Five Children of King Charles I (based on same portrait)
Politician, John Hampden, fights a high profile case refusing to pay ship money imposed by Charles I, whose case is argued by Judge, Sir John Bankes. Hampden narrowly looses the case. Charles I, eager to extend Anglicism to Scotland through the imposition of a new Prayer Book, meets with resistance.
Art and scienceSovereign of the Seas
is launched, the largest, most lavishly decorated naval warship. Built by shipbuilder Peter Pett, construction is supervised by his father Phineas Pett. John Milton's greatest memorial elegy, Lycidas, is dedicated to fellow poet Edward King. Dramatist, Thomas Killigrew, writes his most popular play, The Parson's Wedding
Charles I issues a proclamation that those emigrating to America must obtain a licence from the Commissioners for Plantations and a certificate proving allegiance to the king and conformity to the Church of England. First recorded economic bubble. Contract prices for tulips in the Netherlands collapses having become very high.