Hans Holbein was a brilliant propagandist as 'King's Painter' to Henry VIII, but at the same time captured a more intimate glimpse of the great personalities of the Tudor court. This two-day course (26 March and 2 April) offers the opportunity to... Read more about Short Course: Art at the Tudor Court
Join students from Edinburgh College of Art as they animate In Fine Style: The Art of Tudor and Stuart Fashion with their contemporary responses to the style of the 16th and 17th-century courts. First and second year Fashion, Textile Design... Read more about Re: Style
Surveyor of The Queen's Pictures Desmond Shawe-Taylor talks about Sir Anthony Van Dyck's seventeenth-century portrait of the five eldest children of Chares I, on display in The Queen's Ballroom at Windsor Castle.
Royal Collection curator Desmond Shawe-Taylor examines the vivid naturalism in Jan van der Heyden's painting, A Country house in the Viet near Delft, and considers how van der Heyden's artistic technique anticipated the landscapes of the... Read more about Curator Film - Nature or Symbolism