RM2BT7ETK–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), unknown artist, early 17th century
RMT7YFGB–King Henry VII of England, (1457-1509), portrait painting of the English School, c. 1510
RMFAR7YN–King Henry VII, circa 1510
RMG4WAH3–KING HENRY VII: The death mask of Henry VII, Tudor King of England 1485-1509, at Westminster Abbey, London. Henry Tudor seized the throne after his invasion of England and defeat of the Yorkist King Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth in 1485, effectively ending the Wars of the Roses.
RMH3YWTB–Bust of King Henry VII of England (1457-1509). Dated 16th Century
RMD87X60–King Henry VII
RMERGKP1–King Henry VII of England (1457-1509) pictured with wife Queen Elysabeth / Queen Elizabeth / Elizabeth of York (1466- 1503).
RMMJ9FG8–Henry VII, or Henry Tudor, King of England 1457-1509. Hand-colored engraving
RMH6E0GY–King Henry VII, unknown artist, 1505, England, UK, Europe
RMMW38RX–England, Portrait of King Henry VII
RME1M7K0–Lady Catherine Gordon taken prisoner and brought before Henry VII at St. Michaels Mount, Cornwall, England.
RMD3C01C–Vintage lithograph of the Tower of London at the time of King Henry VII
RFRYX51X–King Henry VII
RMBH12EY–Henry VII monument Westminster Abbey, London England
RMBB5PF2–Henry VII, 28.1.1457 - 21.4.1509, King of England 22.8.1485 - 21.4.1509, portrait, painting by Michael Sittow, 1505, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMTA34EB–King Henry VII on the Reichstag (imperial diet), actually Hoftag (court council), at Speyer. The drawing depicts the defense speech of Count Eberhard of Wurttemberg called Illustrious, before the King. The subject of the speech was Eberhard's indictments concerning the pillage of the Swabian imperial cities.
RM2A603T9–Sovereign coin of King Henry VII (1457-1509) King of England. Dated 15th Century
RMCE8K6M–King Henry VII of England, 1490.
RMMNC1R2–Battle of Bosworth Field, 22 August 1485, Lord William Stanley offering the crown of Richard III to Henry Tudor, second Earl of Richmond, later crowned King Henry VII
RMKY7ETP–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509)
RMB0KCPH–Henry VII, King of England. Artist: T Brown
RM2BN74CK–The trial of Weights and Measures at the Exchequer, 1497. The testing of weights and measures during the reign of King Henry VII.
RMGBNW18–EDITORS PLEASE NOTE RETRANSMISSION CHANGING KING HENRY VII TO KING HENRY VIII. A member of the Gentlemen at Arms, in Colour Court, at St James's Palace, London, as part of a parade to mark the 500th anniversary of the institution of the Gentlemen at Arms as the Monarch's bodyguards by King Henry VIII in 1509.
RMG1CW82–Engraved portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509) King of England and the first Tudor monarch. Dated 15th Century
RMD8BCN1–King Henry VII
RMBXPBDF–Portrait of King Henry VII of England; 15th century; Black and White Illustration;
RMERGKPF–King Henry VII of England (1457-1509). First monarch of the House of Tudor (1485 - 1509). Herbert Norris artist died 1950 -
RFJ29JH7–'The chapel of King Henry VII in Westminster Abbey', London. HARRISON 1776
RM2D9PT0A–King Henry VII (1457-1509). King of Englad (1485-1509) and Lord of Ireland. He was the son of Edmund Tudor and head of the house of Lancaster. Portrait by an unknown Netherlandish artist. It was painted on October 29, 1505 by order of Herman Rinck, an agent for the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian I. Oil on panel (42,5 x 30,5 cm), 1505. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMB0BYRJ–Henry VII, 1485 - 1509. King of England. From the book Crabbs Historical Dictionary, published 1825.
RM2BWB4M6–The stained glass window , presented to the House of Commons by King Henry VII in 1507 , in the course of being removed from St Margaret ' s , Westminster to a place of safety .
RMHDKKRF–Antique 1787 engraving, King Henry VII. Henry VII (1457-1509) was King of England after seizing the crown on 22 August 1485 until his death, the first monarch of the House of Tudor. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING.
RM2GH5K7B–A portrait of King Henry VII who was King of England from 1485 until 1509
RMP9FR24–Mary Tudor, daughter of Henry VII of England, queen to King Louis XII of France, 1496-1533. She wears a gable hood, a blue velvet surtout trimmed with gold embroidery, fur sleeves called rebras, a jeweled belt, and Venetian flat shoes called pianelles. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Georges Jacques Gatine after an illustration by Louis Marie Lante from Galerie Francaise de Femmes Celebres, Paris, 1827.
RMBH9GDE–Statue of king Henry VII at Hay-on-Wye, Wales
RM2A603DM–Engraved portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509) King of England and the first Tudor monarch. Dated 15th Century
RMEJXMNC–Elizabeth of York, queen of King Henry VII of England.
RMKMNWFR–King Henry VII of England, 1457-1509, reigned 1485-1509
RMHY4H3D–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), British School, c.1505
RM2DC9NHW–James Hulett, (artist), British, died 1771, George Vertue, (artist after), English, 1684 - 1756, King Henry VII, engraving
RMG1YGHR–Thomas Stanley, 1st Earl of Derby, (1435 - 1504), English nobleman and stepfather to King Henry VII of England. Made Constable of England by Richard III towards the end of 1483, the year in which Edward V and Richard, Duke of York, (the Princes in the Tower) disappeared from their confinement in the Tower of London.
RMGBNW1C–EDITORS PLEASE NOTE RETRANSMISSION CHANGING KING HENRY VII TO KING HENRY VIII. Members of the Gentlemen at Arms leave the Queen's Chapel in St James's, at St James's Palace, London, as part of a parade to mark the 500th anniversary of the institution of the Gentlemen at Arms as the Monarch's bodyguards by King Henry VIII in 1509.
RMD96CG2–Henry VII (1457-1509) King of England and Ireland from 1485. First Tudor monarch. King at Tower of London greeting a guest, looking out of a window, signing a document in the White Tower. In background is Old London Bridge across the river Thames. In foreground the Thames is rowing boats and water gate into the tower. From manuscript of Poems of Charles Duke of Orleans. Narrative in illustration.
RM2RGE2DP–King Henry Vii
RMBTXJER–Sovereign coin issued in the reign of King Henry VII; Black and White Illustration;
RMPJB1MH–Henry VII of England - portrait. King of England and Lord of Ireland from his seizing the crown on 22 August 1485 until his death on 21 April 1509. First monarch of the House of Tudor. Cassell's History of England, Vol. II. P. 80
RFFYTCE2–WESTMINSTER ABBEY: Interior of King Henry VII.’s chapel. London, print c1880
RMAY694G–Guard changing King Henry VII Gate Windsor
RMW4NCYT–Sebastian Cabot, c. 1474 - c. 1557. Italian explorer, describes his journeys to King Henry VII of England.
RM2BWB4NP–The stained glass window , presented to the House of Commons by King Henry VII in 1507 , in the course of being removed from St Margaret ' s , Westminster to a place of safety .
RMD3BP8P–Portrait of King Henry VII of England
RFP76JHF–London, England, Westminster Abbey, the chapel of king Henry VII, digital improved reproduction of an original print from the year 1881
RMT6YGRG–Engraving of Sebastien Cabot explaining his discoveries to King Henry VII, London, England, 1500. From the New York Public Library. ()
RF2DBJ2FG–Medieval walls of Pembroke Castle (Castell Penfro), birthplace of King Henry VII of England, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe
RMA4W5Y7–English royal Royalty Earl Richmond King Henry VII England Battle Bosworth Richard III displaced monarch Tudor event crown armou
RMEG41M7–Elizabeth of York, queen of King Henry VII of England.
RMM0E7DG–King Henry VII of England, 1457-1509, reigned 1485-1509
RMM2MP38–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), unknown artist, late 16th century
RM2DJ67BB–Catherine of Aragon, Queen of King Henry VII, Print made by Jacobus Houbraken, 1698–1780, Dutch, after Hans Holbein the Younger, ca. 1497–1543, German, active in Switzerland and England, 1744, Line engraving on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paper
RMP9H0XG–John Islip (1464–1532) was abbot of the monastery of Westminster, London. He was 36 years old he was made abbot on 27th October 1500 and was a friend of both Henry VII and Henry VIII, becoming a Privy Councillor. Seen here in the early 16th Century, receiving from King Henry VII the Book of Independence which specified the number of masses on the occasion of a Royal Death.
RF2HKE58M–Inspired by Tomb of King Henry VII in Westminster Abbey, London, Henry VII's Tomb., Valentine Blanchard, Westminster Abbey, c. 1850 - c. 1880, albumen print, height 85 mm × width 170 mm, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMH3YP4N–Portrait Henry VII of England (1457-1509) the first Monarch of the House of Tudor. Dated 15th Century
RM2M99X9F–Richmond Palace, Surrey, at the time of King Henry VII.
RMBTXJC4–King Henry VII of England, giving the indenture for the foundation of the King's chapel in Westminster Abbey to Abbot Islip, 15
RMS2YGAP–Statue of King Henry VII by Castle Pond, and with Pembroke Castle on the left at Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales, UK.
RFMHFMBF–Walmer Castle - Walmer Castle was built in 1539 by King Henry VII., and originally was only a fort for the protection of the co…
RMAY68GP–Guard changing King Henry VII Gate Windsor
RM2NH8YKH–Sir Robert Clifford accusing Sir William Stanley of supporting Perkin Warbeck's conspiracy against King Henry VII. After a print by William Bromley from the painting by Robert Smirke originally featured in Robert Bowyer's Historic Gallery, published between 1793 and 1806.
RMWH9EX3–King Henry VII (1457-1509), King of England from 1485. Father of Henry VIII
RMCP2PG0–Portrait of King Henry VII of England.
RMB7DJ9R–The 16th century money chest used to store the £5000 given by King Henry VII to King's College Cambridge for chapel works.
RM2J9FKJ3–Pembroke Wales, view of Pembroke Castle with the statue of King Henry VII sited on Mill Bridge in Northgate Street, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales UK
RM2K2JXR9–Painting depicting Henry VII of England (1457-1509) granting John Cabot, an Italian navigator and explorer, a patent. Dated 15th Century
RFAMHAWY–1870 westminster abbey king henry VII 7th chapel church Christian royal Central London City royal urban London Greater capital E
RMMF6EGC–King Henry VII statue on the Guildhall, Northampton, UK
RMP65PAG–Statue of king henry VII above the entrance to bath abbey Bath England UK
RM2BT7ETP–Henry VII. Portrait of King Henry VII (1457-1509), by an unknown Dutch artist, c.1505
RM2DJ02D1–King Henry VII, John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain, after unknown artist, 1731, Mezzotint on medium, moderately textured, cream laid paper, Sheet: 6 7/8 x 4 15/16 inches (17.4 x 12.5 cm), bust, cap, cloak, costume, ermine, fur, jewels, king (person), livery collar, man, niche, portrait, robe, royalty, sculpture, statue
RMG7M7XM–Blue Plaque Marking The Spot Where King Henry VII Was Crowned Crown Hill Stoke Golding Leicestershire UK
RF2HM026R–Art inspired by Tomb of King Henry VII in Westminster Abbey, London, Henry VII's Tomb., Valentine Blanchard, Westminster Abbey, c. 1850 - c. 1880, cardboard, albumen print, height 85 mm × width 170 mm, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMD98RR5–Henry VIII as a young man (by Holbein). Henry VIII (28 June 1491 – 28 January 1547) was King of England from 21 April 1509 until his death. He was Lord of Ireland (later King of Ireland) and claimant to the Kingdom of France. Henry was the second monarch of the House of Tudor, succeeding his father, Henry VII.
RM2ARBDM6–King Henry VII, the first of the Tudors - seen here granting a charter to John Cabot to sail in search of new lands.
RMBW4FTF–The Tower of London at the time of King Henry VII
RM2HE21H9–UK, Wales, Pembrokeshire, Pembroke, Statue of King Henry VII on bridge over Mill Pond
RM2D9PRXT–King Henry VIII (1491-1547) and his father King Henry VII (1457-1509). Preparatory drawing of the wall-painting for Whitehall Palace by the painter Hans Holbein the Younger (1497/1498-1543). This painting was destroyed in the Whitehall Palace fire of 1698, surviving only the preparatory drawing. Ink and watercolour on paper, c. 1536-1537. National Portrait Gallery. London, England, United Kingdom.
RMKJ54F3–An engraving from a portrait of King Henry VII, he was the last King of England to gain power through battle, he establish the House of Tudor and is credited with restoring political stability in England, his portrait is surrounded by an illustration of a carved stone stand bearing his name, 1880. From the New York Public Library.
RMAFWD8X–Lady Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond and Derby, 1443 - 1509. Mother of English king Henry VII.
RMMB0CAC–King Henry VII delivering to John Islip, Abbot of Westminster, the book of Indenture in 1498, antique illustration from circa 1860
RMCMRY6D–Portrait of King Henry VII from the picture in the Palace of Westminster
RMCC4R31–Dress of the reign of King Henry VII, 14851509.
RM2J9FKKF–Pembroke Wales, view of Pembroke Castle with the statue of King Henry VII sited on Mill Bridge in Northgate Street, Pembroke, Pembrokeshire, Wales UK
RFFYTCDY–WESTMINSTER ABBEY: Entrance to King Henry VII's chapel. London, print c1880
RFDJMYNY–15th Century XV English costume of the Nobility Left to right King Henry VII, Duke of Suffolk, Henry VI, Duchess of Suffolk
RMW7F9TM–'Richard III at Bosworth', 22 August 1485, (c1880). Artist: Unknown.
RMP65P9T–Statue of king henry VII above the entrance to bath abbey Bath England UK
RM2D17TEJ–Margaret Beaufort. Portrait of Lady Margaret Beaufort (c.1441/3-1509) by anonymous artist, oil on panel, second half of 16th century. Margaret Beaufort was a major figure in the Wars of the Roses and the mother of King Henry VII of England
RMW581JT–Portrait of King Henry VII of England, Henry VII, King of England. Above the portrait the Tudor rose and the coat of arms of England. In addition to the portrait the regalia. The print has a French poem about his life, insignia and symbols of sovereignty (crown, diadem, scepter, orb, seal, standard, cloak, pectoral), Henry VII (king of England)., Pieter van Gunst (mentioned on object), Amsterdam, c. 1669 - 1731, paper, etching, h 317 mm × w 185 mm
RMGA6N6J–Blue Plaque Marking The Spot Where King Henry VII Was Crowned Crown Hill Stoke Golding Leicestershire UK
RM2HBWJX1–The family of King Henry VII. Henry is with his 3rd wife Jane Seymour and his son Edward (future Edward VI).
RMKCEJYB–Letter sent to King Ferdinand II of Aragon (1452-1516) and Isabella I of Castile (1451-1504) written by King Henry VII of England (1457-1509). Dated 15th Century
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