Van de Passe

‘Lady Jane Dudley (nee Grey)’
Willem and Magdalena Van de Passe

The actual engraving was previously on display at the National Portrait Gallery from summer to autumn 2007 and as part of the ‘Lady Jane Grey’ exhibition from December 2009 until 15th August 2010. From 12 September 2014 until 1st March 2015 is was on display as part of ‘The Real Tudors: Kings & Queens Rediscovered’ exhibition.

This engraving can be found in the following:

The Real Tudors: Kings and Queens Rediscovered by Charlotte Bolland and Tarnya Cooper

Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery by Eric Ives

Edward VI: Henry VIII’s Overshadowed Son by Stephanie Kline

The Accession Coronation and Marriage of Mary Tudor as related in four manuscripts of the Escorial translated by C V Malfatti

Tudor and Jacobean Portraits (Volume 2 : Plates) by Roy Strong

Children of England: The Heirs of King Henry VIII by Alison Weir

And viewed at:

National Portrait Gallery (NPG D19952). Copies can also be bought from the National Portrait Gallery website.