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Painting Elizabeth I

Here is an activity to commemorate the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth I's death on this date in 1603. Using portraits of Elizabeth I found in British museums as source material, learners investigate the art of portraiture by creating a new
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Here is an activity to commemorate the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth I's death on this date in 1603. Using portraits of Elizabeth I found in British museums as source material, learners investigate the art of portraiture by creating a new portrait of Queen Elizabeth that demonstrates knowledge of Tudor times and her reign.

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