Virtual Lecture | Miniature Painting in Shakespeare’s England

Virtual Lecture | Miniature Painting in Shakespeare’s England

In the era of Elizabeth I and her successor James I, painters such as Nicholas Hilliard crafted gem-like portraits intended to be worn as jewelry and held in the hand, often as a love token. Straddling public and private realms, these tiny images capture physiognomy, costume, and personality. 

Virtual Lecture | Miniature Painting in Shakespeare’s England

Issaac Oliver, Portrait of a Lady, Masqued as Flora, ca. 1527-1617

Issaac Oliver, Portrait of a Lady, Masqued as Flora, ca. 1527-1617, Wikimedia Commons

February 09, 2023

6 – 7 pm

Ticketing Prices and Tiers: 

Series Pass 
Members: $120 
Non-members: $150 
Students: $75 

Individual Tickets 
Members: $13 
Non-members: $16 
Students: $9 


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