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Original Miniature Of Elizabeth I Surfaces At Estate Sale
"The National Portrait Gallery has spent £329,000 on a postcard-sized painting about which it knows almost nothing, except that it is more than 400 years old, exquisitely painted, and outrageously flattering. Elizabeth I was in her late 50s, and losing teeth and hair, when the image of a girlish round-faced queen, dazzling in cloth of gold and diamonds, was created." The Guardian (UK) 05/08/13
Posted May 9, 2013 12:53 AM




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