Oil painting on panel, King Edward VI (1537-1553) after Guillem Scrots (fl.1537-1553), 16thC (?), inscribed across the middle 'Ano Domine MDL/Septembris XXIX', and above 'Edwardus Dei Gratia Sextus, Rex Angliae Franciae et Hisperne. Et Aetatis Suae XIII' -1550. Formerly attributed to Studio of Scrots or possibly by William Scrots - Guillim Streetes.Son of Henry VIII and Jane Seymour. Head and shoulders, turned slightly to left, gazing at the spectator, closely cropped fair hair, black cap, worn at a slant, trimmed with jewels and a black plume of feathers, narrow white pleated collar, embroidered in black; dark grey velvet doublet worn beneath a satin-lined coat, both trimmed with embroidered bands of gold cord and jewels. Behind a warm grey background. CMS_PCF_515443
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