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  1. Margaret (née Brooke), Lady Denham. after Sir Peter Lely stipple engraving, published 1820 9 1/8 in. x 5 3/4 in. (233 mm x 145 mm) plate size; 11 1/2 in. x 8 1/8 in. (291 mm x 206 mm) paper size Given by the daughter of compiler William Fleming MD, Mary Elizabeth Stopford (née Fleming), 1931 Reference Collection NPG D30562

  2. All appear to be wholly by Lely’s own hand except Anne Digby, Countess of Sunderland (RCIN 404515) which is probably a studio copy. Margaret Brooke was the daughter of Sir William Brooke. In 1665 she married Sir John Denham but soon became known as the Duke of York's mistress. Provenance. Probably commissioned by Anne Hyde, Duchess of York.

  3. He married his second wife Margaret Brooke in 1665, she being then about 18. Very soon afterwards she became mistress to the Duke of York, and her very early death in 1667 gave rise to the (unfounded) suspicion that the jealous Duchess had poisoned her.

  4. Margaret Brooke, Lady Denham, c1660s. | Peter Lely como uma impressão artística. Impressa em telas de verdade com grande atenção aos detalhes. · 0043 4257 29415

  5. 25 de ago. de 2015 · Margaret (née Brooke), Lady Denham’ was created in 1811 by Charles Turner in Romanticism style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at – best visual art database.

  6. 25 de dez. de 2023 · Mother Margaret de Herling b. c 1372. ' Margaret Tudenham was born circa 1393 at Shouldham & Eriswell, Norfolk, England; Age 17 in 1410. She married Edmund Bedingfield, son of Thomas Bedingfield, circa 1415. Margaret Tudenham died on 15 March 1475 at Oxborough, Norfolk, England. 'Family Edmund Bedingfield b. c 1395, d. 22 Jun 1451.

  7. Print, engraving, Margaret Brooke, Lady Denham (1642 - 1667) by Charles Turner, RA (Woodstock 1773 - London 1857). Miss Brooke afterwards Lady Denham from an original minature in possession of Henry Constantine Jennings Esq. London.