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.
Francisco de Goya: On Your Screen and in the MFAH Galleries
Explore the Art of Mid-20th Century Millinery in “Hats Off”
Virtual Cinema “Killer of Sheep” and “Proud”
Virtual Program Series “Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power”
Virtual Camp at Bayou Bend: Where Art and History Inspire
Bastille Day: Celebrate French Independence with Rienzi
Virtual Cinema “John Lewis: Good Trouble” and “One Small Step”
See the City through the Eyes of Teens in “Eye on Houston”
Designing an Exhibition about Radical Design
July Book Club “Old Masters, New World”