art history 10:11

art history 10:11 - Art History Notes 10/11 Marriage of...

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Art History Notes 10/11 Marriage of Philip and Mary Tudor was meant to unite the Hapburgs Ewourth- Philip and Mary Tudor Portrait 1554 Bohemio's- Person who has a way of life that departs from social conventions, as some artistspeople, writers, and writers. Maria Kush Portrait of Mary Tudor by Anthonus Moore ** Hans Eworth portrays her in the same manner Very unusual representation for a woman of this time Isabel of Portugal was the only other seated portrait of this time Wears the diamond sapphire pendant The peregrima, last owned by elizabeth Taylor Does not have eyebrows Its a bit strange She is supposed to be looking at Philip the II as a symbol of her undying love She's being represented as a bit flirtatious Portrayed as manly She is sitting more off the throne in order to highlight her rule of England Portrait of Mary Tudor Sufumato- Very suddle blending of shadow within the face She is more of an icon in this portrait with her wearing a gold outfit
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