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Mary Stuart Collection

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Portrait - Mary, Queen of Scots, c16th century, (1904). Artists: Unknown, Janet

Portrait - Mary, Queen of Scots, c16th century, (1904). Artists: Unknown, Janet
Portrait - Mary, Queen of Scots, c16th century (1904). Mary, Queen of Scots (8 December 1542 - 8 February 1587), also known as Mary Stuart[3] or Mary I of Scotland

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary Queen of Scots Compelled To Sign Her Abdication in Lochleven Castle, 1567, (1878)

Mary Queen of Scots Compelled To Sign Her Abdication in Lochleven Castle, 1567, (1878). Artist: Thomas Brown
Mary Queen of Scots Compelled To Sign Her Abdication in Lochleven Castle, 1567, (1878). After Sir William Allan (1782-1850)

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Letter from Queen Mary (1542-1587) to the Abbot of Dunfermline, 1889. Artist: James Stillie

Letter from Queen Mary (1542-1587) to the Abbot of Dunfermline, 1889. Artist: James Stillie
Letter from Queen Mary to the Abbot of Dunfermline. A letter from Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587) to George Durie (died 1577) Abbot of Dumfermling

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Lochleven Castle, Scotland, the prison of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1840. Artist: C J Smith

Lochleven Castle, Scotland, the prison of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1840. Artist: C J Smith
Lochleven Castle, Scotland, the prison of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1840. Mary was imprisoned here between 1567 and 1568. Illustration from Historical

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Illustration for Ancient, Medieval and Modern History, 1790. Creator: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki

Illustration for Ancient, Medieval and Modern History, 1790. Creator: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki
Illustration for Ancient, Medieval and Modern History, 1790

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: AI Image - Bust of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2023. Creator: Heritage Images

AI Image - Bust of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2023. Creator: Heritage Images
AI Image - Bust of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2023. Mary Stuart (1542-1587) was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: AI Image - Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images

AI Image - Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI Image - Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560s, (2023). Mary Stuart (1542-1587) was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: AI Image - Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images

AI Image - Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560s, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI Image - Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots, 1560s, (2023). Mary Stuart (1542-1587) was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: AI Image - Bust of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2023. Creator: Heritage Images

AI Image - Bust of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2023. Creator: Heritage Images
AI Image - Bust of Mary, Queen of Scots, 2023. Mary Stuart (1542-1587) was Queen of Scotland from 14 December 1542 until her forced abdication in 1567

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: William II, Prince of Orange, and his Bride, Mary Stuart, 1641. Creator: Anthony van Dyck

William II, Prince of Orange, and his Bride, Mary Stuart, 1641. Creator: Anthony van Dyck
William II, Prince of Orange, and his Bride, Mary Stuart, 1641. Other Title(s): Double Portrait of Willem II (1626-1650), Prince of Orange, and Princess Mary Stuart (1631-1660)

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Ceiling painting, c.1666-c.1695. Creator: Theodor Cornelisz. van der Schuer

Ceiling painting, c.1666-c.1695. Creator: Theodor Cornelisz. van der Schuer
Ceiling painting, c.1666-c.1695

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Selene and Endymion, c.1680. Creator: Gerard de Lairesse

Selene and Endymion, c.1680. Creator: Gerard de Lairesse
Selene and Endymion, c.1680

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Portrait of Mary Stuart (1662-95), Wife of Prince William III, c.1683. Creator: Gaspar Netscher

Portrait of Mary Stuart (1662-95), Wife of Prince William III, c.1683. Creator: Gaspar Netscher
Portrait of Mary Stuart (1662-95), Wife of Prince William III, c.1683

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: The Princess of Orange Visiting the Work-shop of Bartholomeus van der Helst, c.1850-c.1870

The Princess of Orange Visiting the Work-shop of Bartholomeus van der Helst, c.1850-c.1870

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Portrait of Willem II (1626-1650), Prince of Orange, and his Wife Mary Stuart (1631-1660), 1647

Portrait of Willem II (1626-1650), Prince of Orange, and his Wife Mary Stuart (1631-1660), 1647

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary Stuart, Princess of Orange, as Widow of William II, 1652. Creator: Bartholomeus van der Helst

Mary Stuart, Princess of Orange, as Widow of William II, 1652. Creator: Bartholomeus van der Helst
Mary Stuart, Princess of Orange, as Widow of William II, 1652. Other Title(s): Portrait of Princess Mary Stuart (1631-1660), Widow of Willem II, Prince of Orange

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary II, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

Mary II, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
Mary II, (c1911). Queen Mary II of Great Britain and Ireland. From a painting by William Wissing. In the National Portrait Gallery'

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots, ca 1934. Creator: Dulac, Edmund (1882-1953)

Mary, Queen of Scots, ca 1934. Creator: Dulac, Edmund (1882-1953)
Mary, Queen of Scots, ca 1934. Private Collection

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: 'Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk; beheaded 1572, 1810. Creator: Charles Turner

'Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk; beheaded 1572, 1810. Creator: Charles Turner
Thomas Howard, Duke of Norfolk; beheaded 1572, 1810. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of the reign

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary Stuart, Los Angeles, 1936. Creator: Unknown

Mary Stuart, Los Angeles, 1936. Creator: Unknown
Mary Stuart, Los Angeles, 1936. Musart Theatre...Schillers Immortal Drama - "Mary Stuart" - Directed by Jerome Coray...A Federal Theatres Attraction - Division of W.P.A.'

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary I Stuart, 1643. Creator: Jonas Suyderhoef

Mary I Stuart, 1643. Creator: Jonas Suyderhoef
Mary I Stuart, 1643

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Queen Mary, 1690. Creator: John Smith

Queen Mary, 1690. Creator: John Smith
Queen Mary, 1690

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: The New Houses of Parliament - Escape of Mary Queen of Scots from Lochleven... 1854

The New Houses of Parliament - Escape of Mary Queen of Scots from Lochleven... 1854. Creator: Unknown
The New Houses of Parliament - Escape of Mary Queen of Scots from Lochleven... 1854. Sculpture by William Theed in the Palace of Westminster

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587), Second half of the16th cen. Creator: Anonymous

Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587), Second half of the16th cen. Creator: Anonymous
Portrait of Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587), Second half of the16th cen. Found in the collection of the Muzeum Narodowe, Krakow

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Furnishing Fabric, France, 1827/40. Creator: Unknown

Furnishing Fabric, France, 1827/40. Creator: Unknown
Furnishing Fabric, France, 1827/40. Leceister visitant Amy Robsart, [Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester visiting Amy Robsiart]

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Harp of Queen Mary of Scots, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Harp of Queen Mary of Scots, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Harp of Queen Mary of Scots, 1850. "It had in front of the upper arm the Queen's portrait and the arms of Scotland, both in gold

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary Queen of Scots Room at Holyrood, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Mary Queen of Scots Room at Holyrood, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Mary Queen of Scots Room at Holyrood, 1850. Interior of the royal Palace of Holyrood, Edinburgh, Scotland. The ceiling, as far as the moulded compartments are concerned

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Sun-Dial, at Holyrood, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Sun-Dial, at Holyrood, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Sun-Dial, at Holyrood, 1850. Queen Mary's Sundial: "This famous sundial, one of the most interesting in Scotland, stands in the gardens of [the royal residence of] Holyrood Palace

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Maria, Wife of Willem II of Orange, n.d. Creator: Jacobus Houbraken

Maria, Wife of Willem II of Orange, n.d. Creator: Jacobus Houbraken
Maria, Wife of Willem II of Orange, n.d

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: King William III of England, holding the Bill of Rights in his hand, and Queen Mary II

King William III of England, holding the Bill of Rights in his hand, and Queen Mary II, Mid 18th cen Creator: Anonymous
King William III of England, holding the Bill of Rights in his hand, and Queen Mary II, Mid of the 18th cen. Private Collection

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: King William III of England, holding the Bill of Rights in his hand, and Queen Mary II

King William III of England, holding the Bill of Rights in his hand, and Queen Mary II, Mid 18th cen Creator: Anonymous
King William III of England, holding the Bill of Rights in his hand, and Queen Mary II, Mid of the 18th cen. Private Collection

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary Stuart, undated. (c1910s) Creator: Franz von Matsch

Mary Stuart, undated. (c1910s) Creator: Franz von Matsch
Mary Stuart, undated. (c1910s)

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: The Bill of Rights Presented to William and Mary, 1689, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown

The Bill of Rights Presented to William and Mary, 1689, (mid 19th century). Creator: Unknown
The Bill of Rights Presented to William and Mary, 1689, (mid 19th century). King William III (1650-1702) and Queen Mary II (1662-1694) of Great Britain agreeing an Act of Parliament

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Dr W. Sherlock, (c1641-1707), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Dr W. Sherlock, (c1641-1707), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Dr W. Sherlock, (c1641-1707), 1830. William Sherlock (c1641-1707) English church leader educated at St Saviours Grammar School

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Sir W. Temple, (1628-1699), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Sir W. Temple, (1628-1699), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Sir W. Temple, (1628-1699), 1830. Sir William Temple (1628-1699) English statesman and essayist educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge who as a diplomat

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Radcliffe, (1650-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Radcliffe, (1650-1714), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Radcliffe, (1650-1714), 1830. John Radcliffe (1650-1714) English physician, academic and politician educated at the University of Oxford

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary, (1662-1694), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Mary, (1662-1694), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Mary, (1662-1694), 1830. Mary II (1662-1694) Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland, with her husband, William III & II, from 1689 until her death

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mrs. Hartley in the Character of Mary Queen of Scots, 1777. Creator: J Thornthwaite

Mrs. Hartley in the Character of Mary Queen of Scots, 1777. Creator: J Thornthwaite
Mrs. Hartley in the Character of Mary Queen of Scots, 1777. These Cheeks are none of mine, the Roses look not like Tempest-beaten lillies as mine should

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Sir Edmund Anderson, (1530-1605), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Sir Edmund Anderson, (1530-1605), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Sir Edmund Anderson, (1530-1605), 1830. Sir Edmund Anderson (1530-1605), educated at Inner Temple. Chief Justice of the Common Pleas under Elizabeth I, sat as judge at the trial of Mary

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Letter from King James VI (1566-1625) to his Mother, Queen Mary (1542-1587), 1584-5

Letter from King James VI (1566-1625) to his Mother, Queen Mary (1542-1587), 1584-5. Artist: King James I
A Letter from King James VI to his Mother, Queen Mary, 1584-5. A letter from King James VI and I (1566-1625) to his mother Mary, Queen of Scots (1542-1587) written during his mother?s imprisonment

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Parliament Offering the Crown to William and Mary, 1689, (late 18th century)

Parliament Offering the Crown to William and Mary, 1689, (late 18th century). Historical scene in the Banqueting Hall, Whitehall

The Loan Collection, South-Kensington: Gold rosary worn by Mary Queen of Scots..., 1862. Creator: Unknown
The Loan Collection, South-Kensington, 1862. 'The gold rosary and crucifix of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots. The heads are large and entirely of gold, and were originally enriched with enamel

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: The New Houses of Parliament - Bas-reliefs in the Prince's Chamber - Mary Queen of Scots... 1857

The New Houses of Parliament - Bas-reliefs in the Prince's Chamber - Mary Queen of Scots... 1857. Creator: Unknown
The New Houses of Parliament - Bas-reliefs in the Prince's Chamber - Mary Queen of Scots leaving the Shores of France, 1857

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots witnessing the murder of David Rizzio, January 1, 1791. Creator: Isaac Taylor

Mary, Queen of Scots witnessing the murder of David Rizzio, January 1, 1791. Creator: Isaac Taylor
Mary, Queen of Scots witnessing the murder of David Rizzio, January 1, 1791

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: The Medley (Handkerchief), England, 1792 / 95. Creator: William Gilpin

The Medley (Handkerchief), England, 1792 / 95. Creator: William Gilpin
The Medley (Handkerchief), England, 1792/95. Portraits of notable people, and historical scenes

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Furnishing Fabric, France, 1827 / 40. Creator: Unknown

Furnishing Fabric, France, 1827 / 40. Creator: Unknown
Furnishing Fabric, France, 1827/40. Leceister visitant Amy Robsart, [Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester visiting Amy Robsiart]

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots, published 1779. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Mary, Queen of Scots, published 1779. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Mary, Queen of Scots, published 1779

Background imageMary Stuart Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots, January 12, 1803. January 12, 1803. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Mary, Queen of Scots, January 12, 1803. January 12, 1803. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Mary, Queen of Scots, January 12, 1803



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