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Princess Elizabeth of York
Princess Elizabeth of York Yousuf Karsh (1908-2002) 1943 It seemed right that we commemorate the death of Queen Elizabeth II by including one of the
The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower
The Two Princes Edward and Richard in the Tower by John Everett Millais (1829-1896)c1878 Apart from one pen portrait of Edward V with his father
Tudor Women: Elizabeth Fitzhugh (1462-c1505): marriage, widowhood and remarriage
The beginning of the Tudor era bore witness to two of its most formidable women, Elizabeth Fitzhugh (1462-c1505) and her daughter-in-law, Maud Green. Both were
Hi, I'm Samantha
From learning about Elizabeth Tudor from my nan to studying Medieval Studies at university, I love everything to do with the diverse and never-ending stories of our past.
I am trained as a medievalist, but now I research and write about stories from every era. You’ll also notice that I love faces. Portraits are a huge passion of mine whether that be elaborate royal propaganda pieces or heart-breaking photographs of World War One casualties, and I use them as often as I can. The one thing I am a stickler for, however, is using original pictures where I can: Victorian melodramatic images of medieval monarchs are banned!