eBook King's Good Servant, Sir Thomas More, 1477/8-1535: Exhibition Catalogue download
by National Portrait Gallery
Author: National Portrait Gallery
Publisher: National Portrait Gallery Publications; 1St Edition edition (November 1977)
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More, Thomas, Sir, Saint, 1478-1535 - Exhibitions, Christian saints - England - Biography - Exhibitions, Statesmen - Great Britain - Biography - Exhibitions, Great Britain - History - Henry VIII, 1509-1547 - Exhibitions. London : Boydell Press. Published for the exhibition held at the National Portrait Gallery from 25 November 1977 to 12 March 1978. on inside and back covers.
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The King’s Good Servant Sir Thomas More (1477/8-1535) Catalogue of the exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, 1977-8. Trapp, H. Schulte-Herbruggen. Moreana, March 1979, Edinburgh University Press. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication.
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Historical summary The history of the National Portrait Gallery painting is uncertain before 1827
Historical summary The history of the National Portrait Gallery painting is uncertain before 1827. It may be the painting that is documented as being in the possession of Queen Christina of Sweden and which was sold in the Orleans sale in London, April 1793. Strong, Roy, Tudor and Jacobean Portraits, 1969, pp. 228-229 Trapp, Joseph, 'The King's Good Servant', Sir Thomas More, National Portrait Gallery, 1977-78, p. 31 (no. 26) Exhibition of the Royal House of Tudor, The New Gallery, 1890, p. 45 (no. 127) Princely Magnificence: Court Jewels of the Renaissance, Victoria & Albert Museum, 1981, p. 100, (no. P3). Images.
Trapp, e. The King’s Good Servant: Sir Thomas More, 1477/8-1535, exhibition catalogue, London, 1977, under no. 286, as a miniature in the possession of the Melander Shakespeare Society. Fairfield, Connecticut, Fairfield University, Thomas J. Walch Art Gallery, Christian Art from the Rojtman Foundation Collection, 22 February-6 April 1991, no. 2. Lot Essay. This small portrait represents the famed humanist scholar and former Lord Chancellor, Sir Thomas More, during the days prior to his execution. He is depicted with a full beard, in a black cap and holding a crucifix.
ISBN13: 9780904017205. Release Date: January 1977.
The King’s Good Servant Sir Thomas More (1477/8-1535) Catalogue of the exhibition at the National P. .The National Portrait Gallery Heinz Archive and Library, Orange Street, London WC2.March 1979 · Moreana. H. January 1995 · Costume. The Birth of the Nation: A Portrait of the American People on the Eve of Independence. July 1969 · The William and Mary Quarterly.
Portrait of Sir Thomas More is an oak panel painting commissioned in 1527 of Thomas More by the German artist and printmaker Hans Holbein the Younger, now in the Frick Collection in New York. The work was created during the period from 1526 when Holbein lived in London. He gained the friendship of the Dutch humanist Desiderius Erasmus, who recommended that he befriend More, then a powerful, knighted speaker at the English Parliament.
Sir Thomas More (7 February 1478 – 6 July 1535), venerated in the Catholic Church as Saint Thomas More, was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was also a Chancellor to Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to 16 May 1532. He wrote Utopia, published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary, ideal island nation.