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Stuart Collection

Background imageStuart Collection: Newmarket Race Course, 1940

Newmarket Race Course, 1940. Racing in Newmarket was first recorded in the time of James I. Charles II was known to attend races on Newmarket Heath with his brother, the future James II

Background imageStuart Collection: Letter from James Edward Stuart to Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, St Germains, 3rd May 1703

Letter from James Edward Stuart to Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, St Germains, 3rd May 1703. Artist: James Stuart
Letter from James Edward Stuart to Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat, St Germains, 3rd May 1703. Letter from James Edward Stuart, the pretender, signed James R, to Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat

Background imageStuart Collection: Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937

Queen consorts crowned in Westminster Abbey, 1937. The central portrait is Elizabeth, Queen Consort of George VI. The others, clockwise from top are: Alexandra, Consort of Edward VII; Isabel

Background imageStuart Collection: Portrait of Sir Edwin Sandys, with turned-down ruff, c1560-1570, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Sir Edwin Sandys, with turned-down ruff, c1560-1570, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Sir Edwin Sandys, showing a turned-down ruff, the predecessor of the Vandyke collar. Reign of James I, c1560-1570, (1937). Edwin Sandys (1519-1588) English Archbishop

Background imageStuart Collection: British politicians and prime ministers, 1837. Artist: R Hick

British politicians and prime ministers, 1837. Artist: R Hick
British politicians and prime ministers, 1837. Featured are George Grenville, John Stuart, Charles Watson-Wentworth, Lord North and Thomas Townshend

Background imageStuart Collection: Portrait of Samuel Sewall, in periwig and long coat, c1700-1720, (1937). Creator: Unknown

Portrait of Samuel Sewall, in periwig and long coat, c1700-1720, (1937). Creator: Unknown
Portrait of Samuel Sewall, Governor and Judge of Massachusetts Colony, showing the periwig and long coat of the reign of James II, c1700-1720, (1937)

Background imageStuart Collection: Portrait - Arabella Stewart, c16th century, (1904). Artist: Isaac Oliver I

Portrait - Arabella Stewart, c16th century, (1904). Artist: Isaac Oliver I
Portrait - Arabella Stewart, c16th century (1904). Lady Arabella Stuart, (c1577-1615). From James I. and VI, by T. F. Henderson. [Goupil & Co. Paris, Edinburgh, New York, London, 1904]

Background imageStuart Collection: Letter by Arabella Stuart to the Countess of Shrewsbury, late 16th - early 17th century (1865)

Letter by Arabella Stuart to the Countess of Shrewsbury, late 16th - early 17th century (1865)
Letter by Arabella Stuart to her aunt, the Countess of Shrewsbury, late 16th - early 17th century (1865). A direct descendant of Henry VII, Arabella Stuart, Duchess of Somerset

Background imageStuart Collection: The Bellman of London, 1616

The Bellman of London, 1616. London night-watchman going on his rounds with bell, lantern and pike, with his dog at his heels

Background imageStuart Collection: Palace of the Stuarts, York, 1881. Creator: Unknown

Palace of the Stuarts, York, 1881. Creator: Unknown
Palace of the Stuarts, York, 1881. The Kings Manor is a Grade I listed building in York, England, and is now part of the University of York. From " The Leisure Hour 1881", by

Background imageStuart Collection: Vintners in an ale house, 1642

Vintners in an ale house, 1642. From a broadsheet titled Health to All

Background imageStuart Collection: James II, 1935

James II, 1935. King James II of England and VII of Scotland (1633-1701) became King of England, King of Scots, and King of Ireland from 6 February 1685

Background imageStuart Collection: Portman Square, London, c1813 (1907)

Portman Square, London, c1813 (1907). Portman Square was originally laid out in the 1760s by Henry William Portman. Several prominent aristocrats had residences on the square

Background imageStuart Collection: Letter by Oliver Cromwell to General Fairfax, 1646 (1865). Artist: Frederick George Netherclift

Letter by Oliver Cromwell to General Fairfax, 1646 (1865). Artist: Frederick George Netherclift
Letter by Oliver Cromwell to General Fairfax, 1646 (1865). Cromwell and Thomas Fairfax were the two senior generals on the Parliamentarian side in the English Civil War

Background imageStuart Collection: James Ewell Brown Stuart, Confederate general, 1862-1867. Artist: J Rogers

James Ewell Brown Stuart, Confederate general, 1862-1867. Artist: J Rogers
James Ewell Brown Stuart, Confederate general, 1862-1867. A dashing cavalry commander, Jeb Stuart was known for his mastery of reconnaissance

Background imageStuart Collection: George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, (1910)

George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham, (1910). Villiers, (1592-1628) was a favourite of King James I

Background imageStuart Collection: James II and Mary of Modena, (1907)

James II and Mary of Modena, (1907). James II (1633-1701) and Mary of Modena (1658-1718), his second wife

Background imageStuart Collection: Anno 1689. The coronation of Wilhelm III. and Mary Stuart. Creator: Rochussen, Charles (1814-1894)

Anno 1689. The coronation of Wilhelm III. and Mary Stuart. Creator: Rochussen, Charles (1814-1894)
Anno 1689. The coronation of Wilhelm III. and Mary Stuart. Found in the Collection of the Amsterdam Museum

Background imageStuart Collection: Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Mid of the 18th century

Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Mid of the 18th century. Creator: Hussey, Giles (1710-1788)
Portrait of Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720-1788), Mid of the 18th century. Private Collection

Background imageStuart Collection: James II, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

James II, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
James II, (c1911). King James II of England and Ireland. From a painting by Sir Godfrey Kneller. In the National Portrait Gallery'

Background imageStuart Collection: Charles II, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

Charles II, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
Charles II, (c1911). King Charles II of Great Britain and Ireland. From a painting by Mrs. Beale. In the National Portrait Gallery'

Background imageStuart Collection: Charles I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

Charles I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
Charles I, (c1911). King Charles I of Great Britain and Ireland. From a painting after Van Dyck, by Old Stone. In the National Portrait Gallery'

Background imageStuart Collection: James I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown

James I, (c1911). Creator: Unknown
James I, (c1911). King James I of England, James VI of Scotland. From a painting by Paul Van Somer. In the National Portrait Gallery'

Background imageStuart 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 imageStuart Collection: Leticia, Viscountess Falkland; Obit 1646, 1811. Creator: Charles Turner

Leticia, Viscountess Falkland; Obit 1646, 1811. Creator: Charles Turner
Leticia, Viscountess Falkland; Obit 1646, 1811. 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 of

Background imageStuart Collection: Sir Christopher Yelverton, justice of the Kings Bench, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Sir Christopher Yelverton, justice of the Kings Bench, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Sir Christopher Yelverton, justice of the Kings Bench, 1811. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of

Background imageStuart Collection: Lord Francis Villiers; Obit 1648, 1814. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Lord Francis Villiers; Obit 1648, 1814. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Lord Francis Villiers; Obit 1648, 1814. 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 of James

Background imageStuart Collection: Charles, Duke of Somerset; Obit 1748, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Charles, Duke of Somerset; Obit 1748, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Charles, Duke of Somerset; Obit 1748, 1813. 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 of James

Background imageStuart Collection: William Shakespeare, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

William Shakespeare, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
William Shakespeare, 1811. 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 of James the Second"

Background imageStuart Collection: Jemima, Countess of Sandwich, daughter of Lord Crewe, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Jemima, Countess of Sandwich, daughter of Lord Crewe, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Jemima, Countess of Sandwich, daughter of Lord Crewe, 1813. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of

Background imageStuart Collection: Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, Secretary of State and Lord Treasurer to King James I; Obit 1612

Robert Cecil, Earl of Salisbury, Secretary of State and Lord Treasurer to King James I; Obit 1612. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of

Background imageStuart Collection: Bruno Ryves, Vicar of Stanwell Middlesex and Chaplain to Charles I and II, Dean of Windsor

Bruno Ryves, Vicar of Stanwell Middlesex and Chaplain to Charles I and II, Dean of Windsor
Bruno Ryves, Vicar of Stanwell Middlesex and Chaplain to Charles I and II. Dean of Windsor; Died 1677 aged 81years, 1810. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History

Background imageStuart Collection: Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester; Obit 1711, 1815. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester; Obit 1711, 1815. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Laurence Hyde, Earl of Rochester; Obit 1711, 1815. 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 imageStuart Collection: Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond, son of Charles II and the Duchess of Portsmouth, Obit 1723'

Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond, son of Charles II and the Duchess of Portsmouth, Obit 1723'
Charles Lennox (Lenos), Duke of Richmond, natural son of Charles II by the Duchess of Portsmouth; Obit 1723'. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from

Background imageStuart Collection: Frances Stuart Duchess of Richmond; Obit 1702, 1810. Creator: Charles Turner

Frances Stuart Duchess of Richmond; Obit 1702, 1810. Creator: Charles Turner
Frances Stuart Duchess of Richmond; Obit 1702, 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 imageStuart Collection: James Stuart, Duke of Richmond; Lord Steward of the Household to Charles I, Obit 1655'

James Stuart, Duke of Richmond; Lord Steward of the Household to Charles I, Obit 1655'. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
James Stuart, Duke of Richmond; Lord Steward of the Household to Charles I, Obit 1655'. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of

Background imageStuart Collection: Sir Richard Rainsford, Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench, resigned 1678, 1815

Sir Richard Rainsford, Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench, resigned 1678, 1815. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Sir Richard Rainsford, Lord Chief Justice of the Kings Bench, resigned 1678, 1815. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry

Background imageStuart Collection: William Prynne; Natus 1600 Denatus 1669, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

William Prynne; Natus 1600 Denatus 1669, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
William Prynne; Natus 1600 Denatus 1669, 1811. 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 of

Background imageStuart Collection: Endymion Porter, attended Prince Charles in Spain, 1810. Creator: Richard Earlom

Endymion Porter, attended Prince Charles in Spain, 1810. Creator: Richard Earlom
Endymion Porter, attended Prince Charles in Spain, 1810. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of

Background imageStuart Collection: Sir Thomas Pilkington, thrice Lord Mayor of London; Obit 1691, 1812. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Sir Thomas Pilkington, thrice Lord Mayor of London; Obit 1691, 1812. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Sir Thomas Pilkington, thrice Lord Mayor of London; Obit 1691, 1812. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to

Background imageStuart Collection: Colonel Penruddock; beheaded by Cromwell April 30th 1655, 1810. Creator: Richard Earlom

Colonel Penruddock; beheaded by Cromwell April 30th 1655, 1810. Creator: Richard Earlom
Colonel Penruddock; beheaded by Cromwell April 30th 1655, 1810. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end

Background imageStuart Collection: Admiral William Pen (Penn); one of Cromwells Admiral's, 1811 Creator: Charles Turner

Admiral William Pen (Penn); one of Cromwells Admiral's, 1811 Creator: Charles Turner
Admiral William Pen (Penn); one of Cromwells Admirals, 1811. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of

Background imageStuart Collection: James, Duke of Ormonde; Natus 1610 Obit 1688, 1815. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

James, Duke of Ormonde; Natus 1610 Obit 1688, 1815. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
James, Duke of Ormonde; Natus 1610 Obit 1688, 1815. 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 imageStuart Collection: George Fitzroy, Duke of Northumberland, son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, 1815

George Fitzroy, Duke of Northumberland, son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland, 1815
George Fitzroy, Duke of Northumberland, natural son of Charles II and Barbara, Duchess of Cleveland'. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of

Background imageStuart Collection: Algernon Percy, Earl of Northumberland and Lord High Admiral; Obit 1668, 1814

Algernon Percy, Earl of Northumberland and Lord High Admiral; Obit 1668, 1814. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Algernon Percy, Earl of Northumberland and Lord High Admiral; Obit 1668, 1814. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry

Background imageStuart Collection: John, Viscount Mordaunt; Obit 1675, 1814. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

John, Viscount Mordaunt; Obit 1675, 1814. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
John, Viscount Mordaunt; Obit 1675, 1814. 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 of James

Background imageStuart Collection: Nicholas Monk (Monck), Bishop of Hereford; Obit 1661, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton

Nicholas Monk (Monck), Bishop of Hereford; Obit 1661, 1811. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Nicholas Monk (Monck), Bishop of Hereford; Obit 1661, 1811. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry the Eighth to the end of

Background imageStuart Collection: Sir Christopher Myngs, Admiral, killed in action against the Dutch; Obit 1666, 1813

Sir Christopher Myngs, Admiral, killed in action against the Dutch; Obit 1666, 1813. Creator: Robert Dunkarton
Sir Christopher Myngs, Admiral, killed in action against the Dutch; Obit 1666, 1813. From From "Portraits of characters illustrious in British History from the beginning of the reign of Henry



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