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Tudors Collection

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Background imageTudors Collection: Anne Boleyn

Anne Boleyn (1507? - 1536) Second Queen of King Henry VIII from 1533 until 1536. Mother of Queen Elizabeth I. Date: 1950

Background imageTudors Collection: The Union of the Roses of the Families of Lancaster and York, 1589 (plate engraving)

The Union of the Roses of the Families of Lancaster and York, 1589 (plate engraving)
XJF328605 The Union of the Roses of the Families of Lancaster and York, 1589 (plate engraving) by Hondius, Jodocus (1567-1611); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageTudors Collection: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer

Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
3784939 Archbishop Thomas Cranmer; (add.info.: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. Protestant reformer and Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII)

Background imageTudors Collection: Kings and Queens of England (coloured engraving)

Kings and Queens of England (coloured engraving)
5998354 Kings and Queens of England (coloured engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Kings and Queens of England)

Background imageTudors Collection: The Trial of Catherine

The Trial of Catherine
3786020 The Trial of Catherine; (add.info.: The Trial of Catherine - after painting by Laslett J. Pott. Catherine of Aragon, first wife of Henry VIII, testifying at the Legatine Court)

Background imageTudors Collection: Performance of A Midsummer Nights Dream by Shakespeare (print)

Performance of A Midsummer Nights Dream by Shakespeare (print)
3785482 Performance of A Midsummer Nights Dream by Shakespeare (print); (add.info.: Performance of A Midsummer Nights Dream'. During the reign of Queen Elizabeth I of England and Ireland)

Background imageTudors Collection: King Henry VIII of England (1491-1547) with his 6 wives (engraving)

King Henry VIII of England (1491-1547) with his 6 wives (engraving)
1740661 King Henry VIII of England (1491-1547) with his 6 wives (engraving); (add.info.: Top: Anne de Cleves; a g: Jane Seymour and Catherine Parr; a d: Catherine Howard and Ann Boleyn; bottom)

Background imageTudors Collection: Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth enter London

Queen Mary and Princess Elizabeth enter London
Queen Mary and her sister Princess Elizabeth enter London after the suppression of Wyatts Rebellion. Date: circa 1564

Background imageTudors Collection: The Tudors, Gerrards Cross

The Tudors, Gerrards Cross
An architectural drawing of The Tudors, an Arts and Crafts large timber framed house at Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, designed by Architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott. Date: circa 1912

Background imageTudors Collection: Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558

Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558
3785674 Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558; (add.info.: Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558. On horseback accompanied by her court)

Background imageTudors Collection: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer

Archbishop Thomas Cranmer
3785219 Archbishop Thomas Cranmer; (add.info.: Archbishop Thomas Cranmer. Protestant reformer and Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of Henry VIII)

Background imageTudors Collection: Philip II of Spain

Philip II of Spain
3785218 Philip II of Spain; (add.info.: Philip II of Spain. King of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily. Husband to Mary I of England (1556-1558). 21 May 1527 - 13 September 1598

Background imageTudors Collection: King James I

King James I
3784953 King James I; (add.info.: King James I. Became King James VI of Scotland in 1567 and then inherited the Crown of England and Ireland as James I)

Background imageTudors Collection: Sir Francis Drake, 19th century (print)

Sir Francis Drake, 19th century (print)
3785221 Sir Francis Drake, 19th century (print) by Unknown Artist, (19th century); (add.info.: English admiral and privateer)

Background imageTudors Collection: Mary I

Mary I
3784942 Mary I; (add.info.: Mary I. Daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. Queen of England and Ireland (1553-1558) : 18 February 1516 - 17 November 1558

Background imageTudors Collection: Sir Francis Drake, 19th century (print)

Sir Francis Drake, 19th century (print)
3784947 Sir Francis Drake, 19th century (print); (add.info.: English admiral and privateer. Second person to circumnavigate the world Cassells History of England, Vol. II, p.317); Lebrecht History

Background imageTudors Collection: Sir Walter Raleigh

Sir Walter Raleigh
3784956 Sir Walter Raleigh; (add.info.: Sir Walter Raleigh. English writer, poet, courtier and explorer, c 1552 - 29 October 1618. Cassells History of England, Vol. II, p.412); Lebrecht History

Background imageTudors Collection: Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex

Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex
3784949 Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex; (add.info.: Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex. English nobleman. One of Elizabeth Is favourites)

Background imageTudors Collection: Philip II of Spain

Philip II of Spain
3784948 Philip II of Spain; (add.info.: Philip II of Spain. King of Spain, Portugal, Naples and Sicily. Husband to Mary I of England (1556-1558). 21 May 1527 - 13 September 1598

Background imageTudors Collection: Latimer preaching before Edward VI

Latimer preaching before Edward VI
3784950 Latimer preaching before Edward VI; (add.info.: Latimer preaching before Edward VI. From a woodcut in Foxe's Martyrs, 1563)

Background imageTudors Collection: Edmund Spenser

Edmund Spenser
3787604 Edmund Spenser; (add.info.: Edmund Spenser. English poet and author of The Faerie Queene which was put to music by Henry Purcell: c.1552 - 13 January 1599. Cassells History of England, Vol)

Background imageTudors Collection: Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex

Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex
3785220 Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex; (add.info.: Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex. English nobleman. One of Elizabeth Is favourites)

Background imageTudors Collection: King James I

King James I
3786022 King James I; (add.info.: King James I. Became King James VI of Scotland in 1567 and then inherited the Crown of England and Ireland as James I)

Background imageTudors Collection: Signature of Queen Elizabeth I

Signature of Queen Elizabeth I
3784945 Signature of Queen Elizabeth I; (add.info.: Signature of Queen Elizabeth I. Queen of England and Ireland (1558-1603): 7 September 1533 - 24 March 1603. Cassells History of England, Vol

Background imageTudors Collection: Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558

Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558
3784944 Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558; (add.info.: Queen Elizabeth I enters London, 23 December 1558. On horseback accompanied by her court)

Background imageTudors Collection: Mary I

Mary I
3785217 Mary I; (add.info.: Mary I. Daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon. Queen of England and Ireland (1553-1558) : 18 February 1516 - 17 November 1558

Background imageTudors Collection: Mary, Queen of Scots, illustration from Cassell's Illustrated History of England

Mary, Queen of Scots, illustration from Cassell's Illustrated History of England (coloured engraving)
3787732 Mary, Queen of Scots, illustration from Cassell's Illustrated History of England (coloured engraving) by English School; (add.info.: Mary, Queen of Scots. Queen of Scotland (1542 -1567)

Background imageTudors Collection: Pageant before Henry the Eighth (litho)

Pageant before Henry the Eighth (litho)
2802743 Pageant before Henry the Eighth (litho) by Stephanoff, James (1788-1874) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Pageant before Henry the Eighth)

Background imageTudors Collection: The Olde House, Chiddingstone (colour photo)

The Olde House, Chiddingstone (colour photo)
3095418 The Olde House, Chiddingstone (colour photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Olde House, Chiddingstone)

Background imageTudors Collection: Effigy of Queen Elizabeth I (colour litho)

Effigy of Queen Elizabeth I (colour litho)
3095823 Effigy of Queen Elizabeth I (colour litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Effigy of Queen Elizabeth I. Postcard, early 20th century.); © Look and Learn

Background imageTudors Collection: North Chapel, Horsham (colour photo)

North Chapel, Horsham (colour photo)
3095396 North Chapel, Horsham (colour photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: North Chapel, Horsham. Postcard, early 20th century.); © Look and Learn

Background imageTudors Collection: The Great Hall, Hampton Court (colour photo)

The Great Hall, Hampton Court (colour photo)
3096590 The Great Hall, Hampton Court (colour photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Great Hall, Hampton Court)

Background imageTudors Collection: View of the tomb of Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth in the king

View of the tomb of Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth in the king
2641324 View of the tomb of Henry VII and Queen Elizabeth in the kings chapel in Westminster Abbey by Cole, Benjamin (1697-1783); length: 34 cm; London Metropolitan Archives

Background imageTudors Collection: King Henry VII, King Henry VIII (engraving)

King Henry VII, King Henry VIII (engraving)
5227225 King Henry VII, King Henry VIII (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: King Henry VII, King Henry VIII)

Background imageTudors Collection: King Henry VII, the first of the Tudors

King Henry VII, the first of the Tudors - seen here granting a charter to John Cabot to sail in search of new lands. Date: circa 1497

Background imageTudors Collection: Queen Elizabeth I detecting the Babington conspiracy

Queen Elizabeth I detecting the Babington conspiracy, with her Secretary, Sir Francis Walsingham, standing at her side. Date: 1586

Background imageTudors Collection: William Tyndale translating the Bible into English

William Tyndale translating the Bible into English from Hebrew and Greek texts. Date: circa 1520s

Background imageTudors Collection: The Trial of Queen Katherine, c. 1880 (oil on board)

The Trial of Queen Katherine, c. 1880 (oil on board)
PNH367496 The Trial of Queen Katherine, c.1880 (oil on board) by Pott, Laslett John (1837-98); 31x45 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Study for a larger picture of the same title)

Background imageTudors Collection: Anne of Cleves, 1539 (w / c on vellum mounted on ivory)

Anne of Cleves, 1539 (w / c on vellum mounted on ivory)
619437 Anne of Cleves, 1539 (w/c on vellum mounted on ivory) by Holbein the Younger, Hans (1497/8-1543); Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK; (add.info.: Anne of Cleves (1515-57)

Background imageTudors Collection: Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen Elizabeth I, c 1545 (engraving)

Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen Elizabeth I, c 1545 (engraving)
3621166 Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen Elizabeth I, c 1545 (engraving) by Shaw, Henry (1800-73); Private Collection; (add.info.: Princess Elizabeth, the future Queen Elizabeth I, c 1545)

Background imageTudors Collection: St Cross Hospital, Winchester (colour photo)

St Cross Hospital, Winchester (colour photo)
3095412 St Cross Hospital, Winchester (colour photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: St Cross Hospital, Winchester)

Background imageTudors Collection: John Knoxs House, Edinburgh (colour photo)

John Knoxs House, Edinburgh (colour photo)
3095388 John Knoxs House, Edinburgh (colour photo) by English Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: John Knoxs House, Edinburgh)

Background imageTudors Collection: Henry VIIIs Rosary (boxwood)

Henry VIIIs Rosary (boxwood)
2641316 Henry VIIIs Rosary (boxwood) by English School, (16th century); eThe Devonshire Collections, Chatsworth; (add.info.: Henry VIII (1491-1547) King of England



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"The Tudors: A Royal Dynasty Shaping England's History" Step into the captivating world of the Tudors, a royal dynasty that left an indelible mark on English history. From the rise and fall of Anne Boleyn to the iconic union of Lancaster and York, their story is one filled with intrigue, power struggles, and enduring legacies. In 1589, a plate engraving immortalized "The Union of the Roses, " symbolizing the merging of two powerful families - Lancaster and York. This pivotal moment brought stability to a divided nation. Archbishop Thomas Cranmer played a significant role in shaping religious reforms during this era. His influence can still be felt today as his ideas laid the foundation for Anglicanism. Kings and Queens adorned coloured engravings that showcased their regal splendor. Their reigns were marked by political maneuvering, conquests, and cultural advancements that propelled England onto the global stage. Gerrards Cross became synonymous with The Tudors as it served as their residence—a place where grandeur met opulence—reflecting their status as rulers. On December 23rd, 1558, Queen Elizabeth I made her triumphant entry into London. Her reign would become known as an era of enlightenment and prosperity—an age fondly remembered as "The Golden Age. " Philip II of Spain loomed large over Elizabeth's rule. Their tumultuous relationship shaped foreign policy decisions while testing England's resolve against Spanish dominance. King James I succeeded Queen Elizabeth I after her death in 1603. His reign marked a new chapter for England—one defined by intellectual pursuits such as literature and theater under luminaries like William Shakespeare. Queen Mary's arrival in London alongside Princess Elizabeth was met with mixed emotions—a precursor to future conflicts within this remarkable family saga. A mesmerizing oil painting from c. 1560 captures Queen Elizabeth I at her zenith—her poise exuding strength amidst challenges, solidifying her status as one of England's most iconic monarchs.