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Sir Jeremy Bowes J970284




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Sir Jeremy Bowes J970284

KENWOOD HOUSE, SUFFOLK COLLECTION, London. " Sir Jerome Bowes" by unknown artist late 16th century. Sir Jerome was a courtier to Queen Elizabeth I and in 1583 was sent as plenipotentiary ambassador to the court of Ivan the Terrible

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Media ID 1178595

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Paintings Tudor


12"x8" Photo Print

Introducing the exquisite "Sir Jerome Bowes" photographic print from the Media Storehouse collection, in partnership with Historic England Photo Library. This captivating image showcases Sir Jerome Bowes (J970284), a renowned courtier during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Hailing from the Suffolk Collection at Kenwood House in London, this late 16th-century portrait is an intriguing glimpse into the opulent world of the English court. Add this stunning piece to your home or office to bring a touch of historical elegance and mystery.

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Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 17.6cm x 30.4cm (6.9" x 12")

Estimated Product Size is 20.3cm x 30.5cm (8" x 12")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


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EDITORS COMMENTS
This portrait, titled "Sir Jerome Bowes" and dating back to the late 16th century, is a testament to the rich tapestry of Tudor history and the intricate web of diplomacy that connected England and Russia during this period. Housed in the Suffolk Collection at Kenwood House in London, this painting is a precious gem from Historic England's vast archive. Sir Jerome Bowes was a prominent courtier in the court of Queen Elizabeth I, serving her faithfully and diligently. In 1583, he was entrusted with an important mission: to represent the interests of the English crown as plenipotentiary ambassador to the court of Ivan the Terrible in Russia. This was a critical moment in Anglo-Russian relations, as England sought to strengthen its ties with the powerful Russian tsar and counter the influence of Catholic Spain. The artist of this portrait remains unknown, but the painting itself is a masterpiece of Tudor portraiture. Sir Jerome is depicted in elegant attire, his face bearing an air of confidence and sophistication. His dark, piercing eyes seem to convey a sense of intelligence and determination, reflecting the important role he played in the political landscape of his time. This portrait offers a glimpse into the past, transporting us back to an era of intrigue, diplomacy, and cultural exchange. It serves as a reminder of the complex relationships that existed between nations during the Tudor period and the vital role that diplomats like Sir Jerome Bowes played in shaping the course of history.

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