Hi, Bluebird !
As Byrd has pointed out, if you are referring to Henry V of England
then there cannot have been a portrait of her from life painted in the
However historical scenes, and paintings of scenes from the plays of
Shakespeare, were popular subjects for painters in the 1800s.
The Shakespeare Illustrated site by Harry Rusche has one such painting
It is an engraving by W. Greatbach. from a painting by W. F. Yeames
"The Wooing of Henry V" illustrating the scene from Shakespeare's play
in which the king woos and wins Catherine's hand in marriage. As you
will see, it is from the period that you want.
"Steel engraving, approximately 7 x 9.5 inches, .... The engraving is
from Charles Knight's two-volume Imperial Edition of The Works of
Shakespere( London: Virtue and Company, 1873-76)".
Alternatively, Henri V of France, the legitimate claimant to the
French throne, was alive at the period in which you are interested.
Henri Charles Ferdinand Marie Dieudonné Comte de Chambord Duc de
Bordeaux lived from 1820 until 1883 and was married to an Austrian
princess, Marie Thérèse de Modène, 1817-1886. He spent most of his
life in exile, based mostly in Austria. I have not been able to find a
portrait of the Princess on line.
Henri was the last of the Bourbons, and died without children. The
title of "Head of the Family of France" and the claim to the throne
passed to the House of Orleans.
Some websites, in French, about Henri are at:
There are several other Henry the Fifths, mostly in medieval Europe,
including a German Emperor and a Count of Luxembourg. "Henry" and its
variants was a very popular name.
Thank you for an interesting question.
Marie-Therese de Modene