We don’t have an image of this object online yet. V&A Images may have a photograph that we can’t show online, but it may be possible to supply one to you. Email us at vaimages@vam.ac.uk for guidance about fees and timescales, quoting the accession number: E.945:4-1976
Find out about our images

Image of Gallery in South Kensington
Request to view at the Prints & Drawings Study Room, level D , Case PP, Shelf 45

Henry VIII

1846 (published)
Place of origin

Three-quarter length portrait of King Henry VIII. He is standing and holding a staff.

Object details

Object type
TitleHenry VIII (assigned by artist)
Materials and techniques
engraving on paper
Brief description
'Henry VIII', engraving, John William Cook, published London, 1846
Physical description
Three-quarter length portrait of King Henry VIII. He is standing and holding a staff.
  • Cut to height: 24cm
  • Cut to width: 14cm
dimensions taken from departmental notes
Marks and inscriptions
Henry VIII. Engraved by permission from the original picture in the Court Room at St Bartholomew's Hospital. London: Richard Bentley, 1846. J. Cook. sc.
Credit line
Given by Mr and Mrs Fowke Mangeot
Object history
The engraving appeared in Volume 20 (1846) of the literary magazine Bentley's Miscellany, p.417.
Subject depicted
Bibliographic references
  • The donor was the artist's grandson
  • This object is part of a group of objects, E.921 to 947-1976, given by Mr. and Mrs. Fowke Mangeot
Accession number

About this object record

Explore the Collections contains over a million catalogue records, and over half a million images. It is a working database that includes information compiled over the life of the museum. Some of our records may contain offensive and discriminatory language, or reflect outdated ideas, practice and analysis. We are committed to addressing these issues, and to review and update our records accordingly.

You can write to us to suggest improvements to the record.

Suggest feedback

Record createdJune 30, 2009
Record URL
Download as: JSON