Yep. It's a small 16th century portrait painted after her death as a celebration of who she was; Henry's mother. It has written at the top of the portrait 'Elizabeth mater Henricus 8'. I can't find a similar one on line, but will take a photo once it's been unveiled. It looks like the more famous paintings of her but she isn't holding the white rose of York. I think she also looks softer in this one.