Anne Boleyn

I have wanted to do a picture of Anne Boleyn for some time… This is me as Anne Boleyn.

If you don’t get this one…
Ann Boleyn’s Coat of Arms was a falcon perched atop a tree stump with red and white roses (NOT Tudor roses) bursting forth from the stump. The falcon wore an imperial crown and held a sceptre.
The falcon represented majesty and power.
The tree stump referred to Henry VIII’s right to the throne.
The roses bursting forth represented life bursting forth “from the barrenness of the Tudor stock.” Anne saw herself as the one who would give Henry his longed for son and continue the Tudor line.


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. supernova
    Oct 22, 2012 @ 20:03:11

    Absolutely superb……


  2. Stefan (maxima)
    Nov 06, 2012 @ 13:08:29

    Absolutely beautiful


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