Art historian, lecturer and author Melanie V. Taylor is very active within the Tudor Society (you should join if you haven’t already!) as the resident art historian, and she regularly lectures in her local area in England. She’s also preparing a series to go on the MedievalCourses.com website… but that’s another story!
In this talk, Melanie discusses some of the places that we can get to “see” Anne Boleyn, whether that is through portraits or things which she touched and left behind. Melanie is always fascinating to listen to, and her knowledge always shines through in her talks
“The Truth of the Line”
To be in with a chance to win a copy of “The Truth of the Line” we’d like you to comment below about any image, item or place related to Anne Boleyn that has caught your imagination. Is it the Tower of London? Hever? A portrait? A letter? Her necklace? What is that says “Anne Boleyn” to you?
The comments will be open for 24 hours and a winner will be picked from the successful people who comment.