Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits

Anne Boleyn
by Unknown English artist (late 16th century, based on a work circa 1533- 1536) © National Portrait Gallery, London

Time Out says

From the pompous poses of Henry VIII to the intimate family shots of the modern Windsors, Britain's royal family have long used portraiture as a way of selling a story about themselves to the public. Get a close-up look at over 500 years of royal portraiture with this exhibition of paintings, sculptures, miniatures, photographs and more. The show zips its way through the Tudors, Stuarts, Georgians and Victorians, and all the way through to Annie Leibovitz's superb photographs of our current queen. 


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