Anne of Denmark 1574-1619
Hilliard, Nicholas; miniaturist; studio of; British artist, 1537-1619
vellum (skin); support; stuck to card
watercolour on vellum stuck to a playing-card with one club showing verso
height, support, 54, mm
width, support, 43, mm
bequeathed; 1937; Cunliffe, Leonard Daneham
Earl of Eglinton and Winton; his sale Christie's, 13 July 1922 (77), where bought by L.D. Cunliffe
; lid of case; table diamonds; CAR; monogram beneath an Imperial crown flanked by two Ss, and below it linked Cs (see 'physical characteristics', notes)
Bayne-Powell, Robert Lane. 1985. Catalogue of Portrait Miniatures in the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.Cambridge (Cambs.): Cambridge University Pressp. 118-9
Evans, J. (1). 1970. A History of Jewellery 1100-1870.London?: p. 127
Re Jewelled case. Plate 103a-b.
Murdoch, J.. Murrell, V. J.. Noon, P. J.. Strong, Roy. 1981. The English Miniature.New Haven & London: p. 80
Re Jewelled case. Plate 86.
Auerbach, E.. 1961. Nicholas Hilliard.London?: p. 168
No. 180, plate 166.
Reynolds, Graham. 1999. The Sixteenth and Seventeenth-Century Miniatures in the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen.London?: Royal Collection Enterprises Limitedp. 79
Scarisbrick, Diana. 'Anne of Denmark's Jewellery'.
Source Title: Apollo(April-1986)
Illustrated p. 231, plate III
Reynolds, Graham. Portraits by Nicholas Hilliard and his Assistants of James I and his family.
Source Title: Walpole Society XXXIV (1958)
Object Number: 3855
(Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
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