David Starkey, one of Britain's finest historians joined Royal Collection curator Jennifer Scott to discuss the fascinating subject of royal portraiture from Holbein to Mario Testino.
Imagine you are a visiting a Georgian Coffee House hundreds of years ago. What conversations do you think you would overhear? Come in and have a listen to the gossip around town by clicking on the screen below (this opens the resource in a new ... Read more about First Georgians Interactive game.
Download this document to provide you with useful tips and ideas on using some of these iconic exhibition images within your classroom teaching activities. ... Read more about Heart of the Great Alone images: teacher information sheet
Why did Henry VIII spend so much time at Windsor Castle? What sports and activities did the King like to do when he was here? Find out by playing the
King of the Castle: Henry's Windsor game. ... Read more about King of the Castle: Children's activity
Perspective is vital in artistic composition. It provides the artist with a method of capturing the three dimensional world on a two dimensional surface.
Find out more about the process of perspective with our this interactive games. ... Read more about Looking at perspective: Children's activity
Download these documents to provide you with useful tips and ideas on using some of these inspiring images from The Northern Renaissance: Dürer to Holbein within your classroom teaching. These teacher notes are ... Read more about Northern Renaissance images: teacher information sheets
There is a vast literature on the Royal Collection, the royal palaces and the British monarchy.
The attached reading list provides references to the works which will be of most use for the Royal Collection Studies course. ... Read more about Royal Collection Studies - Reading list 2012