The portraits of the rival queens, on view in “Tudors to Windsors,” show two quite different personalities.
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David Bomford is the Audrey Jones Beck Curator, department of European art; and chairman, department of conservation, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
In reality, the British king was quite unlike the heroic, elegant portrait of him on view in “Tudors to Windsors.”
Just two of the masterpieces to keep an eye out for in “Tudors to Windsors” are a powerful father-daughter duo: Henry VIII and Elizabeth I.
Teamwork Saves a Great Work of Art for Houston’s Future
3 Questions for Artist Dario Robleto
New Film from Mexico Explores the World of “The Chambermaid”
Calling All Book Lovers: Contribute to the MFAH Little Free Library
Striking Different Notes: Two Magnificent Still Lifes from the MFAH Collections
Symphonies of Color
“Pre-Code” Films Explained: 3 Questions
MFAH Films: Hollywood’s “Pre-Code” Era
William Forsythe Inspires Movement with “Choreographic Objects”