by Jane Vaux

by Jane Vaux

Henry Brougham by Sir Thomas Lawrence. I love this portrait because Lawrence ably captured his subject's spirit, showing an intelligent, handsome and dignified man in the prime of his life.

Henry Brougham by Sir Thomas Lawrence. I love this portrait because Lawrence ably captured his subject's spirit, showing an intelligent, handsome and dignified man in the prime of his life.

Jane Vaux is offering to loan her pictures to sailing clubs across the UK plus a slice of the profits if they sell

Jane Vaux is offering to loan her pictures to sailing clubs across the UK plus a slice of the profits if they sell

Pull of the move  Acrylic on canvas  by Jane Vaux £420  FOR SALE @ The Gallery Project

Pull of the move Acrylic on canvas by Jane Vaux £420 FOR SALE @ The Gallery Project

Louise de La Vallière comme Sainte Hélène the lost gallery

Louise de La Vallière comme Sainte Hélène the lost gallery

ca. 1536 Elizabeth, Lady Vaux, by Hans Holbein the Younger (Royal Collection) Wm

ca. 1536 Elizabeth, Lady Vaux, by Hans Holbein the Younger (Royal Collection) Wm

Sea moment by Jane Vaux Acrylic on canvas FOR SALE @The Gallery Project

Sea moment by Jane Vaux Acrylic on canvas FOR SALE @The Gallery Project

Maher Art Gallery: Anne-Louis GIRODET de Roussy-Trioson (1767–1824)

Maher Art Gallery: Anne-Louis GIRODET de Roussy-Trioson (1767–1824)

DAME ELIZABETH SAY An heraldic painting from a brass rubbing from Broxbourne Church Hampshire now at Snowshill Manor. She is NOT to be confused with Lady Elizabeth Vaux (née Cheney); cousin to Katherine Parr. This Elizabeth Cheney (1422 – 1473), was the daughter of Sir Lawrence and Elizabeth (Cokayne), who, by dint of her two marriages, was the great-grandmother of Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, and Catherine Howard, three of the wives of King Henry VIII of England.

DAME ELIZABETH SAY An heraldic painting from a brass rubbing from Broxbourne Church Hampshire now at Snowshill Manor. She is NOT to be confused with Lady Elizabeth Vaux (née Cheney); cousin to Katherine Parr. This Elizabeth Cheney (1422 – 1473), was the daughter of Sir Lawrence and Elizabeth (Cokayne), who, by dint of her two marriages, was the great-grandmother of Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, and Catherine Howard, three of the wives of King Henry VIII of England.

Elizabeth Cheney Vaux, Lady Vaux, 1st cousin of Queen Katherine Parr by blood, and by marriage--Holbein.  Image on right could well be that of the older Elizabeth.

Elizabeth Cheney Vaux, Lady Vaux, 1st cousin of Queen Katherine Parr by blood, and by marriage--Holbein. Image on right could well be that of the older Elizabeth.

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