Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary
Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary
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Pair WILLIAM MARSHALL Engravings on Paper, William of Nassau and Lady Mary

DETAILS
(1) Portrait of William II, (1626-1650), Prince of Orange and Count of Nassau; father of William III. Bust length as a young boy, with long hair, plumed hat, lace collar, and embroidered doublet.
(1) Portrait of Mary Stuart, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (1631-1660), Daughter of Charles I; wife of William II of Orange-Nassau. With curled hair, pearl necklace, and a gown with embroidered bodice.
Each within an oval borders with English inscriptions below.
TITLE
(1) William of Nassaw, borne / Prince of Orange etc. / W.M.
(1) The Lady Mary Princess / of Great Brittaine etc.
FRAMING
Matted and framed
REFERENCE
National Portrait Gallery (Ref: NPG D18428, NPG D21100). These portraits appear on the same sheet (Royal Collection Trust, RCIN 612048)
MAKER
William Marshall (British, active: 1617-49). Marshall was the most prolific engraver in London during the Charles I period.
MARKS
(1) Printed (lower left): W.M.
PERIOD
Charles I (1625-49) | Mid 17th century
DATE
Circa 1641
DIMENSIONS
Width 11.5 Depth 0.5 Height 14 inches
Sight: Width 3.5 Height 4.5 inches
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