April 2, 2021 Decoding Tudor Portraiture with Lawrence Hendra of the Philip Mould Gallery

In this episode of The Tudor History & Travel Show, Sarah talks to Lawrence Hendra, Director of Research at The Philip Mould Gallery, as they explore some of the highlights of the gallery's up-and-coming exhibition: 'Love's Labour's Found'. The exhibition, which opens on 21 April 2021, brings into focus the advances that have been made in 'reading' Tudor portraiture in recent times. So, why not join Sarah as, together, we tour the gallery and learn to decode four fabulous paintings of the period. To read my blog associated with this podcast, and to see some of the images we discuss in this episode, please click here

 

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Show Credits:

Presenter: Sarah Morris

with guest:

Lawrence Hendra

Produced by Cutting Crew Productions