Elizabeth I And Her People at National Portrait Gallery

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An exhibition which explores the achievements of the various social classes who existed during the reign of Elizabeth I. Works include a previously unknown painting, Elizabeth I and the Three Goddesses, attributed to the miniaturist Issac Oliver, portraits by the likes of Nicolas Hilliard and Robert Peake, jewellery, coins and accessories.

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