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Anne Stuart was married to her relative Robert Stuart, Lord d'Aubigny, Maréchal of France, and was a lady-in-waiting to Queen Eleanor. Her portrait has been dated to the period 1533 to 1536 and is one of a series by Claude Corneille de Lyon and his workshop, which was produced when Corneille was painter to the Queen. A drawing depicts the same sitter as a widow several years later, and must have been made shortly after her husband's death in 1543 or 1544.
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery
oil on panel
H 18 x W 15.8 cm
bequeathed by F. P. M. Schiller, 1946