Van der Doort c.1639

Supposed to be Jeannet [Clouet] a French limner

The 1st, Francis, Dauphin and husband of Mary Queen of Scots, black habit lined with white fur adorned with gold, black cap with white feather

Walpole Society reference (1960): 
WS 110, № 32
Measurements (Van der Doort): 
1½in (3.8 cm)
round blue card with iseing glass
light from the left
The 2nd and last bigger square and high frame – 1ft 6in+1/8 in x 8in+1/8 - in which space for two more pictures to come of your Majesty's progenitors, as yet unfinished [i.e. ten spaces; eight filled]
Room description extended: 
4th Book containing all your Majesty's well limned pieces, kept at the moment in cupboards in the newly erected Cabinet Room, Whitehall
Original Manuscript page number: 
Windsor MS., f. 60
Charles II inventory c1666: 
Whitehall, no 454
Identification certainty: