1610 Lady Mary Waters Honeywood, née Attwater, (1527-1620) attributed to Cornelis Johnson van Ceulen (North Carolina Museum of Art - Raleigh, North Carolina, USA)

The linked genealogical sketch includes some biographic sketches including her article from thepeerage.

From museum's Web site via pinterest.com/Hattie995/%7E-1600-1620-female-clothing-%7E/. The original has many flaws including vertical and diagonal linear cracks and rectangular patches that look like tape marks. The lower right corner of the original was discolored as was the lower right side. These flaws were partially removed with Photoshop.

1610 Lady Mary Waters Honeywood, née Attwater, (1527-1620) attributed to Cornelis Johnson van Ceulen (North Carolina Museum of Art - Raleigh, North Carolina, USA) From museum's Web site deflaw

Lady Mary wears a wide pleated headdress resembling an early 1800s bonnet. I do not know the occasion for wearing mourning colors. She may be waring dagged hanging sleeves or a cape.

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