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National Portrait Gallery: Two Royal Portraits

"The Phoenix and The Pelican Two Portraits of Elizabeth I, c. 1575" describes two remarkable portraits by Nicholas Hilliard. You will learn how the portraits are related and some of the ways the portraits were changed from their original sketches.
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"The Phoenix and The Pelican: Two Portraits of Elizabeth I, c. 1575" describes two remarkable portraits by Nicholas Hilliard. You will learn how the portraits are related and some of the ways the portraits were changed from their original sketches.

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