Queen Katherine Parr: “The Jersey Portrait”. The portrait known as “The Jersey Portrait,” was once thought to depict Lady Jane Grey. Through thorough research however, the conclusion is that this is a portrait of Queen Katherine Parr.
King Henry VIII This earlier image, by contrast, was not painted to commemorate the strength and triumphs of the Tudor dynasty but to record a truthful likeness of the young king. It shows Henry just after he had started to grow a beard, which
Elizabeth Woodville (Also known as Elizabeth Rivers or Elizabeth Grey), daughter of Richard Woodville, Baron Rivers, and Jaquetta of Luxembourg, Dowager Duchess of Bedford. Widow of Sir John Grey. Queen of King Edward IV.