This exclusive unisex black t-shirt with exhibition identity on the reverse, features an image of the Tudor Rose Chaplet, the formal Rose was the symbol of the Tudor dynasty and was incorporated into many art forms in Tudor England and Wales. This decorative design has been taken from a Tudor stained glass window made in the time of Henry Vlll. Created in celebration of the exhibitionThe Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England at the Legion of Honor museum in San Francisco, this soft 100% cotton t-shirt is slightly fitted and perfect for any fashionable outing.
The arts flourished in sixteenth-century England under the patronage of the Tudors. As England’s relations with Continental Europe evolved, art and luxury goods served to legitimize a series of reigns and shifting policies, from Henry VII’s usurpation of the throne in 1485 to the death of his granddaughter Elizabeth I in 1603. The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England at the Legion of Honor is the first major exhibition of Tudor portraiture and decorative arts in the United States and includes some of the most iconic images of England’s most enduring monarchs, as well as the lavish treasures with which they lived and which they employed as political tools.
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