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Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

(1685-1757), Daughter of George I

Early Georgian Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 8 portraits
Sophia Dorothea was the daughter of George I, King of England. In 1706 she married her cousin, Frederick William I of Prussia, and became Queen of Prussia.

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Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, after Johann Leonhard Hirschmann - NPG 489

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

after Johann Leonhard Hirschmann
oil on copper, 1706, based on a work of circa 1706
NPG 489

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, by and published by John Smith, after  Johann Leonhard Hirschmann - NPG D9123

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Johann Leonhard Hirschmann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D9123

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, by John Smith, after  Johann Leonhard Hirschmann - NPG D11160

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by John Smith, after Johann Leonhard Hirschmann
mezzotint, 1706
NPG D11160

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, by John Smith, after  Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann - NPG D9124

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D9124

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, by and published by John Smith, after  Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann - NPG D27414

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D27414

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, by and published by John Smith, after  Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann - NPG D11637

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D11637

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, by and published by John Smith, after  Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann - NPG D11159

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

by and published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715 (1714)
NPG D11159

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia, published by John Smith, after  Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann - NPG D11932

Sophia Dorothea, Queen of Prussia

published by John Smith, after Friedrich Wilhelm Weidemann
mezzotint, 1715
NPG D11932

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