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Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1587)

Photo credit: Blairs Museum

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This portrait is believed to have come from the Scots College in Paris. Tradition of the college was that Mary herself gave it to the college when she was Dauphine of France, although this is somewhat dubious as the portrait is thought to have been painted some 50 years after her death!

Blairs Museum

Aberdeen


Date

17th C

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 157 x W 126 cm

Accession number

T9106BLRBM

Acquisition method

acquired through the Scots College, Paris

Work type

Painting


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