The real face of Anne Boleyn? by historical novelist Richard Masefield

| September 28, 2017

The real face of Anne Boleyn? by historical novelist Richard Masefield

Thank you so much to historical novelist Richard Masefield for sharing his research and views with us today. Richard is interested in starting a dialogue on this image; he really wants to hear your views, so please do share your view by leaving a comment below this article. Over to Richard… By comparison with numerous […]

An update on Anne Boleyn and the Lady of the Garter image

| May 3, 2017

An update on Anne Boleyn and the Lady of the Garter image

You may remember that last week I shared an article by art historian and author Roland Hui regarding an image from The Black Book of the Garter attributed to Lucas Horenbout, which Roland Hui believed might well be Anne Boleyn. Roland made the following points: The Black Book was created in 1534, while Henry VIII […]

Where can we see Anne Boleyn? Video by Melanie V Taylor

| May 19, 2016

Where can we see Anne Boleyn? Video by Melanie V Taylor

In this video, Melanie V. Taylor, art historian and author of the historical novel Truth of the Linediscusses Anne Boleyn portraiture and places where we can ‘see’ Anne Boleyn. Head on over to www.madeglobal.com/3243/melanie-v-taylor-can-see-anne-boleyn/ to enter a giveaway for a copy of Melanie’s novel, which is set in the reign of Elizabeth I and has […]

Lady Bergavenny turns into Anne Boleyn?

| April 14, 2016

Lady Bergavenny turns into Anne Boleyn?

On Sunday 10th April 2016 Anne Boleyn hit the news with articles in the Sunday Times and Mail Online claiming that a copy of a lost portrait of Anne Boleyn had been found by Alison Weir.1 Now, this wasn’t news to everyone as Weir had shared her eBay find on her Facebook page and that […]

The Nidd Hall Portrait matches the 1534 Anne Boleyn Medal

| February 16, 2015

The Nidd Hall Portrait matches the 1534 Anne Boleyn Medal

It has always been frustrating to me that the only contemporary likeness we have on Anne Boleyn is the Moost Happi medal which was struck in 1534 and which is now housed at the British Museum. There is controversy over all the other images said to be of Anne because they are all so different […]