THE REAL FACES OF HENRY VII AND ELIZABETH OF YORK Henry VII holding a rose and wearing the collar of the Order of the Golden Fleece, painted by an unknown Netherlandish artist, 1505 A panel in the “Royal Window” commissioned by Edward IV in 1465 and glazed by William Neve.Elizabeth is the first from the left. Elizabeth of York, by the British School, c.1470-98 Henry VII of England, probably after Meynnart Wewyck, c.1504-0 The Family of Henry VII with St George and the Dragon, by an unknown artist, c.1505-1509.Henry and Elizabeth are the two central most figures each side of the angel, with their children behind them, including, touchingly, those already deceased Elizabeth’s painted wood funeral effigy, 1503. Death mask of Henry VII Portrait bust, by Torrigiano, c.1509.The face was probably cast from a mould taken from the cadaver of Henry VII Effigies of Elizabeth of York and King Henry VII in the Lady Chapel of Westminster Abbey Share on Social Media facebook twitter pinterestFollow us on Social Media facebook twitter pinterest Please leave this field empty SUBSCRIBE & RECEIVE YOUR OWN TUDOR CALENDAR SUBSCRIBE TO OUR NEWSLETTER & RECEIVE THE 2023 TUDOR TREASURES CALENDAR COMPLETE WITH ALL THE IMPORTANT TUDOR BIRTHDAYS, CORONATIONS & ANNIVERSARIES! Full name * Email Address * We don’t spam! You can unsubscribe at any time. Check your inbox or spam folder to confirm your subscription.