Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange, Anna van Hannover, 170959, wife of prins Willem IV


Portretten van Anna van Hannover, Willem V, prins van OranjeNassau, en Carolina, prinses van

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Christian Friedrich Zincke, Anna, prinses van Hannover (1709-59), echtgenote van Willem IV, prins van Oranje-Nassau, 1730-1734, enamel on gold medium QS:P186,Q213371;P186,Q897,P518,Q861259


1753 Anna van Hannover by Johann Valentin Tischbein (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam The Netherlands

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Philip van Dijk Portrait of Anna van Hannover (170959). Wife of Prince Willem IV

Dates: November 2, 1709 - January 12, 1759 Titles Include: Princess Royal; Princess of Orange; Princess-Regent of Friesland Also known as: Princess Anne of Hanover, Duchess of Brunswick and Lüneburg Background, Family: Father: George II Mother: Caroline of Ansbach


Anna Of Hanover, Anna Van Hannover, 170959 Drawing by Litz Collection Pixels

Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange was the second child and eldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain and his consort Caroline of Ansbach.


Portret van Anna van Hannover, Willem van Senus, after Hendrik Pothoven, 1787 1834 Rijksmuseum

Engraving of the funeral procession of Princess Anna van Hannover, buried in Delft, 23 February 1759. This print originates from 'Lyk-staetsie van haere Koninglyke Hoogheid Anna Kroon Princesse van Groot-Brittannien'. Artists and Engravers: Engraved by S. Fokke after P.C. la Fargue. Condition: Good, general age-related toning.


Anna van Hannover echtgenote van Stadhouder Willem IV Rococo fashion, 18th century women

Portrait of Anne of Hanover, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange, Consort of Prince William IV, Johann Valentin Tischbein (attributed to), 1753. Show details Add to your set. Number. Portret van Anna van Hannover (1709-59), de echtgenote van prins Willem IV. Kniestuk met een zware hermelijnen mantel met een op de borst geborduurde kroon.


Buste van prinses Anna van Hannover (1709 1759) Mauritshuis

Direct na het overlijden van stadhouder Willem IV van Oranje-Nassau in oktober 1751 werd Anna van Hannover (1709-1759) - Willems echtgenote en dochter van de Britse vorst - benoemd tot.


Portret van Anna van Hannover, Vertue, after Gottfried Kneller, 1718 Rijksmuseum

Anna van Hannover - self-portrait 1740 - Stichting Historische Verzamelingen van het Huis Oranje-Nassau 15072010-019-470.jpeg 342 × 400; 104 KB Jacopo Amigoni (1682-1752) - Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (1709-1759) - RCIN 405646 - Royal Collection.jpg 501 × 768; 150 KB


Omrop Fryslân, 2009 (30 min.) Portret van Anna van Hannover (1709 1759) VPRO

Anne was the oldest daughter of King George II of Great Britain. She was born in the German city of Hanover, of which her grandfather was prince. When her grandfather was crowned King of Great Britain, Anne became a princess of Great Britain. When her father, George II, became king, he created his eldest daughter Anne Princess Royal.


7 okt. Portret van Anna van Hannover Stichting Nassau en Friesland

Anna van Hannover ( kasteel Herrenhausen bij Hannover, 2 november 1709 - Den Haag, 12 januari 1759) was een Engelse prinses en regentes van de Nederlanden. Zij werd vooral bekend als vrouw van prins Willem IV, erfstadhouder van de Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden .


Twee markante Oranjeprinsessen en de macht van de Blauw Bloed

English: Portrait of Heroman van der Myn by Anna van Hannover - according to a piece of paper on the back stating she painted him when he stayed at St. James's to paint her picture; for years incorrectly labelled a self-portrait of Ven der Mijn


Ana de Hannover, Regente de los Países Bajos Foto

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Portret van Anna van Hannover, anoniem, naar Gottfried Kneller, 1715 1743 Rijksmuseum

Anna passed away on month day 1759, at age 49 in death place. She was buried in burial place. Documents of Anna Prinses of of Orange (born Hannover) Anna van Hannover in Netherlands, Church Burials, 1601-1811 Anna van Hannover was buried on month day 1759, in burial place .


Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange, Anna van Hannover, 170959, wife of prins Willem IV

Anna van Hannover Summary[edit] Bernard Accama: Portrait of Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange (1709-1759) ( ) Artist artist QS:P170,Q793614 Title Portrait of Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange(1709-1759) Date 1736 date QS:P571,+1736-00-00T00:00:00Z/9 Medium oil medium QS:P186,Q296955 Collection


Portret van Anna van Hannover, John Faber (II), after Philippe Mercier, 1734 Rijksmuseum

Portret van Anna, prinses van Hannover (1709-59), echtgenote van Willem IV, prins van Oranje-Nassau. Ten halven lijve, naar links, het gezicht naar de beschouwer gekeerd. Op de achtergrond geboomte. Oorspronkelijk gemonteerd op een gouden snuifdoos, welke door prinses Anna in 1734 aan haar aanstaande man geschonken werd, toen deze voor zijn.


Portret van Anna van Hannover, J. de Groot, 1725 1799 Rijksmuseum

Anne died on 12 January 1759 in The Hague. Her role as regent for William V was assumed by her mother-in-law, Marie Louise of Hesse-Kassel (1688-1765), and later, upon the death of the latter, by her own daughter Carolina of Orange-Nassau (1743-1787). Partners and Additional Contributors