(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.
(1) William of Nassaw, borne / Prince of Orange etc. / W.M.
(1) The Lady Mary Princess / of Great Brittaine etc.
Matted and framed
National Portrait Gallery (Ref: NPG D18428, NPG D21100). These portraits appear on the same sheet (Royal Collection Trust
, RCIN 612048)
William Marshall (British, active: 1617-49). Marshall was the most prolific engraver in London during the Charles I period.
(1) Printed (lower left): W.M.
Charles I (1625-49) | Mid 17th century
Width 11.5 Depth 0.5 Height 14 inches
Sight: Width 3.5 Height 4.5 inches