English

"17th Century","English","Noble","William Larkin ","Thomas Trayton (b. 1562), of Lewes, Sussex"

"17th Century","English","Full-length","English School","Anne Russell, Lady Herbert, later Countess of Worcester (d. 1639), as a Maid of Honour to Elizabeth I"

"17th Century","English","Noble","William Larkin","An Unknown Noblewoman"

"16th Century","English","Politician","TEFAF 2016","Unknown Follower of Hieronimo Custodis (fl. 1592 – 1612)","Sir John Puckering of Kew, Surrey and Weston (c. 1544 – 1596)"

"17th Century","English","Royal","John de Critz","Anne of Denmark (1574 – 1619), Queen Consort of James VI and I"

"English","Jacobean","Nobleman","TEFAF 2016","Hieronimo Custodis","Sir Thomas Drake of Buckland Abbey, Yelverton (1556 – 1606)"

"18th Century","British","English","Military","Royal","Sash","Tudor and Stuart","Antonio David","Prince James Edward Stuart (1688 - 1766), a ricordo"

"17th Century","English","TEFAF 2015","English School","Sir Reginald Mohun, 1st Bart. of Hall and Boconnoc (c.1564-1639) and his wife, Dorothy Chudleigh of Ashton, Devon"

"17th Century","British","Children","English","Group","English School","Two young children, by repute from the Courtenay family"

"17th Century","English","Politician","TEFAF 2016","Cornelius Johnson","Sir William Campion of Combwell (1585 – 1640)"

"17th Century","English","Jacobean","William Larkin","Jane, Lady Thornagh (c.1600 – 1661)"

"17th Century","British","English","Tudor and Stuart","William Larkin","Christopher Cresacre More (1572 - 1649)"

"17th Century","English","Sir Peter Lely","An Unknown Noblewoman"

"16th Century","English","Steven van der Meulen","Robert Dudley (1532/3 – 1588), 1st Earl of Leicester"

"16th Century","British","English","Tudor and Stuart","Sir William Segar","William Fitzwilliam of Milton and Gainspark, later 1st Baron Fitzwilliam of Lifford (c.1570 - 1644)"

"17th Century","English","Tudor and Stuart","Anthony van Dyck","King Charles I of England (1600 – 1649)"

"17th Century","British","English","John Michael Wright","Sir Willoughby Aston, 2nd Bt. (1640 – 1702), of Aston Hall, Aston-by-Sutton, Cheshire, in a capriccio landscape"