Monday, 1 March 2010, 12:00AM
Museum of London

Foreign Artists in 16th Century London

Dr Tarnya Cooper

The 16th Century was a great period for foreign artists in London. The capital saw such great artists as the German, Hans Holbein, and Netherlandish artists such as Hans Eworth and William Scrouts.
Tarnya Cooper, the 16th Century Curator at the National Portrait Gallery, will discuss the artists working in London at that time, the reasons for their coming to London and the welcome they received.

This is a part of the London Through the Eyes of Foreign Artists Mondays at One lecture series.
    Canaletto: Grand Designs
    Monet: The River of Dreams
    Feliks Topolski: Eye-Witness to the 20th Century

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Sixteenth Century Curator at the National Portrait Gallery

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1 March 2010

Foreign Artists in 16th Century London
Dr Tarnya Cooper

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