Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Anne Arundell (1615-1649)
MSA SC 3520-2811
wife of Cecil, second Lord Baltimore

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Portrait of Anne Arundell, Lady Baltimore, attributed to Van Dyk,  (privately owned, courtesy of Dr. Edward C. Papenfuse).

Portrait of Anne Arundell, Lady Baltimore, by Louis Dieterich

"The Maryland Medal" of Lord and Lady Baltimore; British School, XVII century; National Gallery of Art, Washington; Anonymous gift (Recto: Cecil Calvert [1606-1675], second Baron of Baltimore 1632; Verso: Countess Anne Arundell of Wardour [c. 1610-1649], wife of Lord Cecil Calvert 1628, Date: 1633, Silver medal, diameter: 0.047 [1 7/8 in.]). 1983.80.1. Scanned from The Maryland State Archives 350th Anniversary Document Series:  "A Relation of The Successefull beginnings of the Lord Baltemore's Plantation in Mary-land," Maryland State Archives, 1990.

Design of the ceiling of Lady Anne's sitting room in Hook House, Wiltshire, England showing plaster reliefs of the Ark and the Dove

Close-up views of ceiling panels from Lady Anne's sitting room in Hook House, Wiltshire, England

Tombstone of Anne Arundell, Wiltshire, Enlgand
 

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