Making Art in Tudor Britain
The National Portrait Gallery holds the largest public collection of Tudor and Jacobean painting in the world. The collections are one of the most significant resources for the understanding of visual culture in the English Renaissance. This research programme offers a unique opportunity to develop and share our knowledge.
Sandy Nairne, Director
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News: Hidden: Unseen paintings beneath Tudor portraits
A display showcasing some of the research from the Making Art in Tudor Britain project is on in Room 3 until 2 June.
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Tudor and Jacobean Painting: Production, Influences and Patronage (December 2010)
Abstracts and videos from the conference Tudor and Jacobean Painting: Production, Influences and Patronage (December 2010)