Thursday, 22 May 2008, 12:00AM

Making Art in Tudor Britain

Dr Tarnya Cooper

An exploration of the environment in which art was produced in Tudor Britain, and an investigation of what lessons we may learn about the period through this art.

Dr Tarnya Cooper, 16th Century Curator, The National Portrait Gallery.

Part of the Money and Art lecture series looking at the connections between London and Antwerp in the Tudor period.

The other lectures in this series are:
   Trading Identities: The image of the merchant, by Dr Joanna Woodall
   Gresham and Antwerp, by Professor Guido Marnef

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Sixteenth Century Curator at the National Portrait Gallery

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22 May 2008

Making Art in Tudor Britain
Dr Tarnya Cooper

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