||Holbein Portraits of Anne of Cleves||

The portrait that Holbein painted of Anne of Cleves. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Anne_of_Cleves_by_Hans_Holbein_der_J%C3%BCngere_(Louvre)

The miniature portrait of Anne of Cleves. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Anne_of_Cleves_by_Hans_Holbein_der_J%C3%BCngere_(miniature)

This sketch is probably Anne of Cleves after she had settled in England. Though various attributions suggest this is Amalia, the sitter is clearly wearing English dress- the bonnet over a wide oval framed linen piece is very similar to those in a portrait of Katherine Parr. The sitter’s features are also sharper possibly suggesting a later age.

Below: Queen Katherine Parr. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Catherine_Parr_from_NPG.jpg

Katherine’s headdress is a later form of the style of Flemish or French hood, the frame shape is not the same as is worn in the North Rhine at this stage.