Christian IV c. 1612. Painted by Pieter Isaacsz.
This room, formerly known as "The Secret", is the lowest of three toilets, each with its own disposal chute.
The Winter Room is the best preserved room from the original Castle, and it was the most important of the King's three private chambers.
Queen Anne Cathrine portrayed in 1612. Miniature ascribed to Jacob van Doordt. The locket of gold enamel was made at the same time.
Christian IV's Order of the Elephant.
Vibeke Kruse was the mistress of Christian IV. The first part of Vibeke Kruse's life is not known. She came into the service of Kirsten Munk, the second wife of Christian IV, and later of Kirsten Munk's mother, Ellen Marsvin.
The dutch painter Pieter Isaacsz grew up in Elsinore but returned as a young man to the Low Countries. In Amsterdam he became an apprentice of Cornelius Ketel and served with Hans von Achen.
Chalice, paten, wafer box and altar jug of gold with engraving in niello, white and black enamel, sapphires and diamonds.