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Painting in Britain, 1500-1630

Events • Art history • Panel Discussion

To celebrate the British Academy's publication of a new volume of essays on Tudor and Jacobean art, the editors discussed highlights from the 'Making Art in Tudor Britain' project. Bringing together art history and conservation science, they looked beneath the surface of some of the most intriguing paintings from the period and uncovered the secrets of their creation.

Speakers:

Professor Aviva Burnstock, The Courtuald Institute of Art

Dr Tarnya Cooper, National Portrait Gallery

Professor Maurice Howard, University of Sussex 

In partnership with:

Image credit: Sir Henry Unton by Unknown Artist, oil on panel, circa 1596 © National Portrait Gallery

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