Portrait of a Lady

‘Portrait of a lady called Katherine Parr’, by Henry Pierce Bone, 1844.

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Nineteenth-century miniature of Katherine Parr

‘Portrait of a lady called Katherine Parr’, by Henry Pierce Bone, 1844. Enamel; 4.8 x 3.9cm.

The miniature was purchased by Queen Victoria in 1844, to add to her growing collection of portraits of sixteenth-century figures. It is still part of the Royal Collection.

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