The second illustration in Tudor Queens and Consorts depicts Elizabeth Woodville in her coronation robes. The original manuscript page is found in the Guild Book of the London Skinners’ Fraternity of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The Skinners’ Company, which is still thriving today as a major non profit organization with a focus on education and sheltered housing, began as a medieval fur trade guild to which Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, among other medieval Kings and Queens, were members. As for the portrait setting and style, it is no accident that Elizabeth Woodville appears in this manner. The commissioned artist undoubtedly created a portrait that was meant to pivot her reputation from non-virgin widow to holy and innocent medieval queen.
Further reading and resources:
Wonderful guest post about Elizabeth Woodville by author Susan Higginbotham at On The Tudor Trail: http://onthetudortrail.com/Blog/2013/10/20/elizabeth-woodvilles-move-to-bermondsey-abbey/