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Charles Brandon Collection

"Charles Brandon: A Tale of Love, Loyalty, and Power" In the year 1515, a captivating love story unfolded between Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 1st Viscount Lisle (c.1484-1545)

Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 1st Viscount Lisle (c.1484-1545). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Francis
FLO4645761 Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, 1st Viscount Lisle (c.1484-1545). Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Francis Bartolozzi after Hans Holbein from Facsimiles of Original Drawings by

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, 1515, (1902)

Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, 1515, (1902). Mary (1516-1568) was the daughter of King Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, 1798. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Charles Brandon, 1798. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Charles Brandon, 1798

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c. 1515, pub. 1902 (collotype)

Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c. 1515, pub. 1902 (collotype)
1073606 Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c.1515, pub. 1902 (collotype) by Gossaert, Jan (Mabuse) (c.1472-c.1533) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon Duke of Suffolk & Mary Queen of France (engraving)

Charles Brandon Duke of Suffolk & Mary Queen of France (engraving)
811094 Charles Brandon Duke of Suffolk & Mary Queen of France (engraving) by Trotter, Thomas (1750-1803); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Brandon Duke of Suffolk & Mary Queen of France)

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c. 1544, pub. 1902 (collotype)

Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c. 1544, pub. 1902 (collotype)
1073619 Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c.1544, pub. 1902 (collotype) by English School, (16th century) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, D of Sufolk (engraving)

Charles Brandon, D of Sufolk (engraving)
978816 Charles Brandon, D of Sufolk (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Brandon, D of Sufolk)

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (engraving)

Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (engraving)
3649992 Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk)

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Mary Tudor and her Lover, Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (engraving)

Mary Tudor and her Lover, Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (engraving)
1052632 Mary Tudor and her Lover, Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Mary Tudor and her Lover, Charles Brandon)

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Cardinal Wolsey resigning the Great Seal for the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, 1773

Cardinal Wolsey resigning the Great Seal for the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, 1773. Cardinal Thomas Wolsey resigns as lord chancellor stripped of office by Thomas Howard

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: The Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk demanding the Great Seal of Cardinal Wolsey, 1529 (1793)

The Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk demanding the Great Seal of Cardinal Wolsey, 1529 (1793)
The Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk, by the order of Henry VIII, demanding the Great Seal of Cardinal Wolsey, 1529 (1793). From Ashburtons History of England, by Charles Alfred Ashburton. [W. & J

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c1544, (1902)

Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk, c1544, (1902). Brandon (c1484-1545) held various offices in Henry VIIIs royal household

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, (1824). Artist: E Scriven

Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, (1824). Artist: E Scriven
Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk, (1824). Brandon (c1484-1545) held various offices in Henry VIIIs royal household

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: CM23 2067 Charles Brandon, Andrew Brandon, Barlotti YB, Villiers 210cc

CM23 2067 Charles Brandon, Andrew Brandon, Barlotti YB, Villiers 210cc
Charles Brandon, Andrew Brandon, Barlotti YB, Villiers 210cc, BHKC, British Historic Kart Club, DHF 2018, Donington Historic Festival, Donington Park, Historic Karts, Karting, Karts, 2018

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: CM23 2056 Charles Brandon, Andrew Brandon, Barlotti YB, Villiers 210cc

CM23 2056 Charles Brandon, Andrew Brandon, Barlotti YB, Villiers 210cc
Charles Brandon, Andrew Brandon, Barlotti YB, Villiers 210cc, BHKC, British Historic Kart Club, DHF 2018, Donington Historic Festival, Donington Park, Historic Karts, Karting, Karts, 2018

Background imageCharles Brandon Collection: Sir William Butts, 1649. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar

Sir William Butts, 1649. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar
Sir William Butts, 1649


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"Charles Brandon: A Tale of Love, Loyalty, and Power" In the year 1515, a captivating love story unfolded between Mary Tudor and Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk. Their passionate bond is beautifully captured in an enchanting image from 1902, showcasing their undeniable connection. Another remarkable portrayal from the same era depicts them in a collotype engraving, further immortalizing their timeless romance. As time went on, Charles Brandon's influence grew stronger as he assumed his role as Duke of Suffolk. A striking engraving showcases his regal stature alongside Mary Queen of France - a testament to his esteemed position within society. In another engraving capturing him alone, we witness the strength and determination that defined this noble figure. The historical significance surrounding Charles Brandon becomes evident when observing Cardinal Wolsey resigning the Great Seal for the Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk in 1773. This event highlights not only his political prowess but also his ability to navigate complex power dynamics. A dramatic scene unfolds in an illustration from 1793 where The Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk demand the Great Seal from Cardinal Wolsey. It serves as a reminder of Charles Brandon's unwavering pursuit of justice and authority during turbulent times. Throughout history, depictions have showcased Charles Brandon's enduring legacy. An exquisite collotype image from 1902 captures him with unparalleled elegance while another engraving portrays him alongside Mary Tudor - forever remembered as her devoted lover. An artistic masterpiece by E Scriven dating back to 1824 pays homage to this influential figure - solidifying his place among renowned individuals who shaped our world. From romantic entanglements to wielding great power with honor and grace, Charles Brandon remains etched in history as a man whose name will forever be synonymous with loyalty and ambition.