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A guide to looking at The House of Commons, 1833 by Sir George Hayter.
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A guide to the painting, The Anti-Slavery Society Convention, 1840 by Benjamin Robert Haydon.
Resources designed to assist teachers from Key Stages 1 to 4 to make use of Mary Seacole's portrait in teaching a wide range of subjects.
These resources reveal the hair and beauty secrets of a wealthy Tudor and Georgian woman. They follow the stages of making up the face and doing the hair to look fashionable.
A Resource for Teachers of History and other subjects at Key Stage 3 using Tudor and Jacobean portraits, currently on loan to Montacute House, Somerset.
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