The Family of Felipe II, 1583-85, Anonymous Spanish Oil on panel This panel represents Philip II with his children, Isabel Clara Eugenia, Catalina Micaela, and the future Philip III. The work reflects the style of official court portraits as well as the miniatures found in cartas ejecutorias. During the reign of Philip II, artists established the conventions for future Spanish Hapsburg imagery.
Wonderful hobby horse, spear and protective medals around his neck Alonso Sanchez Coello (c. 1532-1588) Portrait of Don Diego, Son of Philip II of Spain Oil on canvas - 108 x 88.2 cm Vienna, Liechtenstein Museum
Spanish Noble Woman (from the Court of Philip II) by Juan Pantoja de la Cruz Lancaster City Museums Date painted: 1598 This painting depicts a Spanish noble woman at the Court of Philip II of Spain. The artist was a pupil and follower of the Spanish Court painter, Sanchez Coello
Although throughout her reign Queen Elizabeth I never spoke publicly of her mother, upon Elizabeth's death in 1603, this ring was removed from her finger. Within its secret compartment are two miniature enamel portraits, one of Elizabeth, the other, of Anne Boleyn.