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Courtier Collection

Background imageCourtier Collection: Thomas Wyatt / Holbein

Thomas Wyatt / Holbein
sir THOMAS WYATT poet, statesman, courtier, diplomat

Background imageCourtier Collection: Baldassare Castiglione (1478-1529). Count of Casatico. Renai

Baldassare Castiglione (1478-1529). Count of Casatico. Renai
Baldassare Castiglione (1478-1529). Count of Casatico, was an Italian courtier, diplomat, soldier and prominent Renaissance author. Portrait by Raphael (1483-1520). Louvre. Paris. France

Background imageCourtier Collection: MURASAKI SHIKIBU (c. 978 - c. 1014). Japanese writer

MURASAKI SHIKIBU (c. 978 - c. 1014). Japanese writer
MURASAKI SHIKIBU (c. 978 - c.1014). Japanese writer. Illustration of a court lady of the Heian period. Illustration of Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji), which chronicles the life of Prince Genji

Background imageCourtier Collection: Poster, Rudge Cycles

Poster, Rudge Cycles, made by Raleigh Industries of Nottingham. With a bowing Sir Walter Raleigh, Elizabethan courtier

Background imageCourtier Collection: Statue of Li Hongzhang, Xujiahui, China

Statue of Li Hongzhang, Xujiahui, China
Statue of Li Hongzhang (1823-1901), at Xujiahui (Zikawei, Siccawei, Siccawi) in the Xuhui District of Shanghai. Li Hongzhang (also Li Hung-chang)

Background imageCourtier Collection: King George V on horseback, Hyde Park, London

King George V on horseback, Hyde Park, London
King George V on horseback in Central London. This is the first photograph of him taking his morning ride since his accession to the throne

Background imageCourtier Collection: 16th Century Cavalry

16th Century Cavalry
A young man in the suite of the emperor Carl V : his horse is partially armoured, and both rider and mount are heavily ornamented as befits an imperial courtier

Background imageCourtier Collection: Woman in a ball gown with mask, 1788

Woman in a ball gown with mask, 1788
Woman in a ball gown, with chapeau topped with a pouf decorated with ribbons and laurel leaves, fichu, corset in English taffeta, and blue taffeta petticoat

Background imageCourtier Collection: Feast in front of a palace (12th-13th c. ). Japanese

Feast in front of a palace (12th-13th c. ). Japanese
Feast in front of a palace (12th-13th c.). Japanese

Background imageCourtier Collection: Henry Lord Jermyn

Henry Lord Jermyn
HENRY lord JERMYN, earl of St Albans courtier, in exile during the commonwealth, chiefly known for his greed and avarice with his autograph

Background imageCourtier Collection: Mike Parker, equerry to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Mike Parker, equerry to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Lieutenant-Commander John Michael Avison Parker, CVO, AM (23 June 1920 29 December 2001), Australian who served as an officer of the Royal Navy (RN), and as Private Secretary to Prince Philip

Background imageCourtier Collection: Wallis Simpson with Mr and Mrs Herman Rogers

Wallis Simpson with Mr and Mrs Herman Rogers
Wallis Simpson, later Duchess of Windsor, pictured with close friends, Herman and Katherine Rogers, her hosts at the Villa Lou Viei in Cannes during the abdication crisis

Background imageCourtier Collection: Lord Althorp and Lady Adelaide Spencer in The Tatler

Lord Althorp and Lady Adelaide Spencer in The Tatler
Page from The Tatler featuring (right), Albert Edward John, Seventh Earl Spencer (1892 - 1975), grandfather of Diana, Princess of Wales

Background imageCourtier Collection: Two-person horse-drawn carriage called a vis-a-vis

Two-person horse-drawn carriage called a vis-a-vis a l anglaise, English face to face. Built by M. Herve, master carriage builder of rue Feydeau

Background imageCourtier Collection: Woman in huge hats from the court of Marie Antoinette

Woman in huge hats from the court of Marie Antoinette
Woman in sky-blue caraco wearing a huge straw hat lined with pink satin and decorated with ribbons, and woman in pink caraco with large hat in taffeta and gauze, decorated with artificial flowers

Background imageCourtier Collection: One of Les Mignons at the court of King Henry III of France

One of Les Mignons at the court of King Henry III of France
A Mignon, one of the dainty ones at the court of King Henri III of France. Handcoloured lithograph after a caricature in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio IX 59 from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul

Background imageCourtier Collection: Courtier Duke Beggar Woman Child Crown Leaves

Courtier Duke Beggar Woman Child Crown Leaves
courtier, Duke, beggar, woman, child, crown, leaves, finger, handcolored, engraving, Chretien, Mechel, Hans, Holbein, Triumph, Death, original, drawing, Peter, Paul, Rubens, skeleton, history

Background imageCourtier Collection: RESPECTS DEAD PHARAOH

RESPECTS DEAD PHARAOH
A courtier pays his respects to the dead Pharaoh, enclosed in his magnificent tomb, not yet pillaged, ravaged, vandalised and looted. Date: 1325 BC

Background imageCourtier Collection: Brownlow Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Exeter KG PC

Brownlow Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Exeter KG PC
Vintage 19th century photograph: Brownlow Cecil, 2nd Marquess of Exeter KG PC (2 July 1795 - 16 January 1867), styled Lord Burghley until 1804, was a British peer, courtier, and Tory politician

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of courtiers Princess Collorowsky and Lady Pauline

Dolls of courtiers Princess Collorowsky and Lady Pauline
Dolls representing courtiers Josephine Princess Collorowsky and Lady Pauline. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria. Color plate after an illustration by Alan Wright from Frances H

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of courtiers Lady Shrewsbury and the Duchess of Guido

Dolls of courtiers Lady Shrewsbury and the Duchess of Guido
Dolls representing courtiers Lady Shrewsbury and the Duchess of Guido. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria. Color plate after an illustration by Alan Wright from Frances H

Background imageCourtier Collection: Doll representing children of courtier Lady Isabella

Doll representing children of courtier Lady Isabella Poulteney and ivory toy dog. Wooden doll dressed by the young Princess Victoria. Color plate after an illustration by Alan Wright from Frances H

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of the children of the Earl and Countess of Leicester

Dolls of the children of the Earl and Countess of Leicester
Dolls representing the children of the Earl and Countess of Leicester on a satin coverlet. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of the babies of courtier Alice, Countess of Rothesay

Dolls of the babies of courtier Alice, Countess of Rothesay
Dolls representing the twin babies of courtier Alice, Countess of Rothesay, in a cradle of satin and lace. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls representing courtier Alice, Countess of Rothesay

Dolls representing courtier Alice, Countess of Rothesay, and twin babies. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria. Color plate after an illustration by Alan Wright from Frances H

Background imageCourtier Collection: Doll representing housekeeper Mrs. Martha

Doll representing housekeeper Mrs. Martha with toy dresser and mirror. Wooden doll dressed by the young Princess Victoria. Color plate after an illustration by Alan Wright from Frances H

Background imageCourtier Collection: Doll representing courtier Juno, Countess of Durham

Doll representing courtier Juno, Countess of Durham, in a green satin outfit for the opera. Wooden doll dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Doll representing courtier Mary, Lady Roxburgh

Doll representing courtier Mary, Lady Roxburgh, in a bright yellow silk frock and lace bonnet with blue ribbons. Wooden doll dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of courtiers Countess of Jedburgh and Duchess

Dolls of courtiers Countess of Jedburgh and Duchess
Dolls of courtiers Philippa Countess of Jedburgh and Duchess of Orleans in tea-tray hats. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of Sylvie Leconte, Brocard and Zephyrine Galebstie

Dolls of Sylvie Leconte, Brocard and Zephyrine Galebstie
Dolls of ballet dancers Mlle. Sylvie Leconte, Mlle. Brocard and Mlle. Zephyrine Galebstie. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Doll of courtier Lady Maria Arnold

Doll of courtier Lady Maria Arnold. Wooden doll dressed by the young Princess Victoria. Color plate after an illustration by Alan Wright from Frances H

Background imageCourtier Collection: Dolls of courtier Lady Newport and ballerina Leontine

Dolls of courtier Lady Newport and ballerina Leontine
Dolls of courtier Lady Newport and ballet dancer Mlle. Leontine Heberle in the ballet l Anneau Magique. Wooden dolls dressed by the young Princess Victoria

Background imageCourtier Collection: Woman of the nobility or courtier in silk kimono walking

Woman of the nobility or courtier in silk kimono walking
Woman of the nobility or courtier in silk kimono with cypress fan walking in a garden under cherry blossoms. Handcoloured ukiyo-e woodblock print by Toyokuni Utagawa from Shikitei Sanbas Ehon Imayo

Background imageCourtier Collection: London Docks, Greenwich Hospital and Chelsea Hospital

London Docks, Greenwich Hospital and Chelsea Hospital. Entrance to the new London docks opened in 1805 in Wapping 85, disabled Navy pensioners at Greenwich Hospital 86

Background imageCourtier Collection: Scenes from the islands of West Africa, 1820

Scenes from the islands of West Africa, 1820
Christopher Columbus in the Azores looking toward America 28, birds in the Canary Islands 29, and Napoleon Bonapartes prison Longwood House on St. Helena 30

Background imageCourtier Collection: Costumes of priests, women and children from

Costumes of priests, women and children from the 12th century. From a painting in Saint Peters Basilica, Rome. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageCourtier Collection: Sir William Edmonstone, naval commander and politician

Sir William Edmonstone, naval commander and politician
Admiral Sir William Edmonstone (1810-1888), Scottish naval commander, courtier and Conservative politician. Seen here with a horse. 1874

Background imageCourtier Collection: Sir Henry Guildford, English courtier, by Holbein

Sir Henry Guildford, English courtier, by Holbein
Portrait of Sir Henry Guildford (1489-1532), English courtier, by Hans Holbein the Younger. He was Master of the Horse and Comptroller of the Royal Household. 16th century

Background imageCourtier Collection: Hairstyles of Josephine de Beauharnais, 1788

Hairstyles of Josephine de Beauharnais, 1788, later wife to Napoleon, from murals in the bathrooms at Malmaison in the Roman style

Background imageCourtier Collection: Noble woman in Tricolor outfit, 1789

Noble woman in Tricolor outfit, 1789
Noble woman wearing the colours of the Tricolor revolutionary flag, 1789. She wears a blue short redingote, short floral petticoat, and carries a red parasol

Background imageCourtier Collection: Women in hairstyles and hats of 1788

Women in hairstyles and hats of 1788
Woman in a gauze pouf hat decorated with ribbons and plumes, and woman in a gauze pouf hat decorated with artificial roses and plumes. Both in hairstyles of ringlets and curls by M

Background imageCourtier Collection: Man in fashionable suit, 1788

Man in fashionable suit, 1788
Man in suit of moss-green satin, white hose, tricorn hat, shoes with silver buckles and an epee. Handcoloured lithograph from Fashions and Customs of Marie Antoinette and her Times

Background imageCourtier Collection: Fashionable hats of 1788

Fashionable hats of 1788
Woman in large striped bonnet-hat over a gauze night cap, and woman in black felt hat with feather trim, ribbons and plumes

Background imageCourtier Collection: Woman in the fashion of 1788

Woman in the fashion of 1788
Woman in jacket of Naples blue, petticoat in Naples yellow, large fichu jabot, straw hat decorated with a large violet ribbon tied to the front of her bodice

Background imageCourtier Collection: Women in fashionable hats of 1788

Women in fashionable hats of 1788
Woman in bonnet-hat in red, green and white, with yellow plumes and artificial roses, and woman in hat of gauze and taffeta surmounted by feathers

Background imageCourtier Collection: Fashionable armchairs of 1788

Fashionable armchairs of 1788: a bergere in striped silk and carved walnut, and a fauteuil in Aubusson tapestry and carved walnut

Background imageCourtier Collection: Woman in see-through muslin shirt dress, 1788

Woman in see-through muslin shirt dress, 1788
Woman in linen gauze bonnet decorated with pearls, see-through muslin shirt-dress with black belt worn over a pink taffeta corset and petticoat

Background imageCourtier Collection: Woman in yellow taffeta demi-redingote, 1788

Woman in yellow taffeta demi-redingote, 1788
Woman in canary-yellow taffeta demi-redingote, pink pointed bodice, white taffeta petticoat, and fichu. Her straw hat is decorated with ribbons and plumes



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