Be sure to check out the new Google Art Project that allows you to explore many great art museums online! The portrait shown in the screencap is A Young Lady Aged 21, Possibly Helena Snakenborg, Later Marchioness of Northampton, 1569 from the Tate Collection.
Portrait of Anne Boleyn (c. 1507 - 36) 1600c., Anglo-Flemish School. Oil on copper.
This small replica of the standard portrait of Anne Boleyn would perhaps have been commissioned to hang in a library series of portraits of Kings and Queens of England, maybe originally set into panelling, or alternatively it may have been conceived as a more private object for reflection by a descendant.
Hans Holbein the Younger (1498-1543), Portrait of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey, 1533
Black and coloured chalks, pen and ink, watercolour on pink-primed paper, 25.1 × 20.1 cm, Royal Collection, Windsor Castle. This is a drawing of Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey (1517–47). The inscription “Thomas Earl of Surry”, added later, is wrong. Howard was a poet and art lover who enjoyed sitting for portraits: another drawing of him by Holbein survives, as well as an oil portrait. Howard was executed in 1547, convicted of inappropriately using the Royal Arms of England.