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File:Elizabeth I Rainbow Portrait.jpg

Title The Rainbow Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I
Date c. 1600-1602
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 127 × 99.1 cm (50 × 39 in)
In the collection of the Marquess of Salisbury. On display at Hatfield House.
Hatfield, Hertfordshire
Notes Inscribed left: NON SINE SOLE/ IRIS. (No rainbow without the sun.)
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