Tudor Mystery: A Master Painter Revealed
This is the world’s first exhibition dedicated to the highly talented, but largely overlooked, painter known as the 'Master of the Countess of Warwick'.
Featuring many rarely seen paintings from the Tudor period, the exhibition invites visitors to learn about the production of art in Tudor Britain. It also aims to show how art historians use evidence to determine authorship, giving the public the opportunity to discover for themselves the possible identity of the mysterious featured master painter who created the portrait Anne Russell, Countess of Warwick (c. 1569, Woburn Abbey).
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