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Procession of Elizabeth I and her court through the centre of a town. The Queen is in a canopy chair of state in the centre, carried by six gentlemen. Several Knights of the Garter, distinguished by their collars, walk before the Queen, her ladies in waiting following behind to the right. The Yeomen of the Guard follow, and a band of gentlemen pensioners line the way. Amongst the Knights of the Garter, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester is nearest the Queen, and Henry Lord Hernoden carries the Sword of State before her.
oil on panel
38.4 x 53.3 cm
bequeathed by George Beatson Blair, 1947