Van der Doort c.1639

Said to be also Jeannet (French limner) [Clouet]

The 2nd, Mary Queen of Scots, dressed in her hair, carnation habit laced with lace and a string of pearls round her neck in a little plaine falling band, putting a wedding rind on her second finger

Walpole Society reference (1960): 
WS 111, № 33
Measurements (Van der Doort): 
3in x 2in (7.6 x 5.1cm)
square blue-grounded card
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 and MS. Ash. 1514, f. 125
Charles II inventory c1666: 
Whitehall, no 454
Interpreting the text: 
Text in brackets from the Ashmolean MS.
Identification certainty: