The Tudors stars of an exhibition at the Musée du Luxembourg in Paris

For the first time in France, an exhibition is devoted to the Tudors, the dynasty that ruled England between 1485 and 1603. It showcases the portraits that reveal their true face and their ability to build an image for their ambitions. Through these figures of power, the viewer discovers the English Renaissance, turning particularly famous in the history of England.

Online PR News – 20-March-2015 – Carterville – For the first time in France, an exhibition is devoted to the Tudors, the dynasty that ruled England between 1485 and 1603. It showcases the portraits that reveal their true face and their ability to build an image for their ambitions. Through these figures of power, the viewer discovers the English Renaissance, turning particularly famous in the history of England.The exhibition also offers the unique opportunity to discuss the exchange, blending art and diplomacy, which enrich the relationship between France and England throughout the sixteenth century. It offers parallel to decrypt celebrity Tudors, particularly strong in France in the nineteenth century when painters and playwrights stage their unusual life, announcing the success of monarchs like Henry VIII and Elizabeth I meet on the screens in the twentieth century.For supplementary details be sure to check out the website by visiting this awesome link - Tudors Paris exhibition.

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