Master of the Countess of Warwick

Beneath the Surface: An Exquisite Tudor Face Emerges

Lawrence Hendra | Head of Research
Master of the Countess of Warwick
Occasionally, pictures survive in such good condition that they appear almost disarmingly fresh and modern, so attuned is our eye to looking at works damaged by dirt, abrasion and neglect. In this talk, Lawrence Hendra , Head of Research at Philip Mould and Company, will discuss an exceptional 16th century portrait, attributable to the Master of the Countess of Warwick , which represents one of the finest small panel portraits of the period. To view the artwork, click here .
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Occasionally, pictures survive in such good condition that they appear almost disarmingly fresh and modern, so attuned is our eye to looking at works damaged by dirt, abrasion and neglect. In this talk, Lawrence Hendra, Head of Research at Philip Mould and Company, will discuss an exceptional 16th century portrait, attributable to the Master of the Countess of Warwick, which represents one of the finest small panel portraits of the period.

To view the artwork, click here.

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