Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk (1484-1545)

after Hans Holbein the younger (Augsburg 1497/8 - London 1543)
National Trust Inventory Number 719397

Category Art / Oil paintings
Date 1700 - 1789
Materials Oil on panel
Measurements 900 x 720 mm
Place of origin England
Collection Vyne Estate, Hampshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Vyne Estate, Hampshire, London and South East, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on panel, Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk (1484-1545), after Hans Holbein the younger (Augsburg 1497/8 - London 1543). A three-quarter-length portrait of the General and Statesman who was created Duke in 1514 and married Henry VIII's sister, Mary Tudor, in 1518, seated in a chair, with inscription and coat-of-arms. He suppressed The Pilgrimage of Grace in 1536.


In the list "temp. Anthony [recte John] Chute", as in the [Oak] Gallery, and The Topographer, May 1789, as in the Gallery over the green house: "called Holbein's, but very flat and inferior"; 1880s Notes, as in the Chapel Parlour; bequeathed with The Vyne, estate and contents by Sir Charles Chute, 1st Bt (1879-1956)

Credit line

The Vyne, The Chute Collection (National Trust)

Makers and roles

after Hans Holbein the younger (Augsburg 1497/8 - London 1543), artist


Chute 1888 Chaloner William Chute. A History of the Vyne in Hampshire, & of persons who have at some time lived there. Winchester: Jacob & Johnson, 1888, p.147

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Place of origin England (252455)
Materials Paint (30414)
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Category Art / Oil paintings (12632)
Collection Vyne Estate, Hampshire (Accredited Museum) (3203)
Periods 18th century (87810)
Maker Hans Holbein the younger (Augsburg 1497/8 - London 1543) (192)
Subjects Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk (1484-1545) (6)
Object Type Oil painting (14417)

Record Status


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