Hans Holbein is chiefly celebrated for his beautiful and precisely realised portraiture. His images of Henry VIII, Thomas More, Thomas Cromwell, Anne of Cleves and Jane Seymour have come to define our perception of the Tudor court. Yet, beyond these paintings, Holbein was a multifaceted genius: a humanist, satirist, political propagandist and contributor to the history of book design.
Franny Moyle traces and analyses the life and work of this extraordinary artist against the backdrop of political turbulence and cultural transformation.
Interview by architectural historian and author, Kerry Bristol.
- Date: Saturday 9th October
- Time: 8:00 pm
- VenueLive-Streamed Event
- Price£10.00/£5.00 concessions
- Live Streamed Book Now