The Real Tudors: Kings and Queens Rediscovered open now
Until 1 March 2015
Focusing on the portraiture of some of our most famous Kings and Queens and highlighting groundbreaking new research undertaken as part of the Gallery’s Making Art in Tudor Britain project, The Real Tudors: Kings and Queens Rediscovered will display works from the Gallery’s Collection alongside exceptional works that have been loaned to the Gallery and prized possessions of each monarch.
This face-to-face encounter with such an important part of British history will enable guests a very intimate private viewing experience. Arrange for one of our knowledgable Art Historians to guide your guests through this special display to add an exclusive element and money can’t buy experience to any evening event.
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Dinner in the seventieth and eighteenth century Galleries © National Portrait Gallery, London
Henry VIII by Studio of Hans Holbein the Younger, 1540-1550 © National Trust images/Derrick E. Witty