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Mary Beale (née Cradock),  1632-1697, train. Wife of Charles Beale, 1631 - 1705. Said painter worked mainly as a portraitist and gained some recognition here, especially at court, where her paintings mostly remained unsigned. She also portrayed King Charles II (1630 - 1685), a painting that was sold in 1998 Boanhaims. Also known as the portrait of her hand, showing her husband Charles Beale, formerly in the possession of the Stedelijk Museum Leiden(detail)

Mary Beale (née Cradock), 1632-1697, train. Wife of Charles Beale, 1631 - 1705. Said painter worked mainly as a portraitist and gained some recognition here, especially at court, where her paintings mostly remained unsigned. She also portrayed King Charles II (1630 - 1685), a painting that was sold in 1998 Boanhaims. Also known as the portrait of her hand, showing her husband Charles Beale, formerly in the possession of the Stedelijk Museum Leiden(detail)

"Portrait of Miss Kate Bond," [detail] 17th century -- by Mary Beale.

"Portrait of Miss Kate Bond," [detail] century -- by Mary Beale.

Portrait miniature of Mary Beale (1633-99), the artist's mother, 1679 - by Charles Beale II. The authorship of this brightly painted portrait has not been certainly known until now.

Portrait miniature of Mary Beale the artist's mother, 1679 - by Charles Beale II. The authorship of this brightly painted portrait has not been certainly known until now.

Dapper Selfie! Archibald Skirving (1749–1819) Scottish portrait painter. He was born at Athelstaneford near Haddington. After studying both in Rome and London, he settled in Edinburgh, where he obtained some fame as a portrait-painter. His most successful portraits were executed in crayon.

Archibald Skirving - Self portrait - paulgosselin

Le Titien (Tiziano Vecellio) - Renaissance Artist - Self-portrait with friends, Louvre Museum, Paris

Self-Portrait with Friends

Titian (Tiziano Vecellio) - Renaissance Artist - Self-portrait with friends, Louvre Museum, Paris

Mary Beale (English, 1633 - 1699): Portrait study of the head of a boy, probably Charles Beale, the artist’s youngest son (via Sotheby’s)

Mary Beale (English, 1633 - Portrait study of the head of a boy, probably Charles Beale, the artist’s youngest son (via Sotheby’

"Portrait of a Young Man" (c.1494) by Pietro Perugino

Pietro Perugino

Pietro Perugino Portrait of a Young Man (detail) painting for sale - Pietro Perugino Portrait of a Young Man (detail) is handmade art reproduction; You can buy Pietro Perugino Portrait of a Young Man (detail) painting on canvas or frame.

Mary Beale (English, 1633 - 1699): Thomas Coventry (c.1629–1699), 1st Earl of Coventry (c. 1675) (via ArtUK)

Mary Beale (English, 1633 - Thomas Coventry Earl of Coventry (c. (via ArtUK)

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