Lady Anne Fanshawe (1607-27) by Marcus Gheeraedts the Younger, oil on wood, c.1628 © Valence House Museum, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham
Lady Anne Fanshawe (1607-27) by Marcus Gheeraedts the Younger, oil on wood, c.1628 © Valence House Museum, London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

Valence House portrait collection study day, 24 January 2018

A study day hosted by Leeanne Westwood, Museum Curator at Valence House, and Understanding British Portraits Research Fellow.

 

Venue: Valence House, Becontree Avenue, Dagenham, RM8 3HT (see map below).

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*** Places are filling quickly, please apply early!

 

This event will highlight the extraordinary collection of Fanshawe family portraits in the care of Valence House Museum, dating from the sixteenth to twentieth centuries. Museum curator Leeanne Westwood will introduce the collection on display and in store, and discuss her current Research Fellowship investigating the seventeenth-century portraits and the contemporary production of studio copies. A number of expert speakers will examine in-depth specific elements of the portrait collection, such as auricular frames, private archive sources, and ‘pregnancy portraits’.

 

Download the programme and booking form below. Places are limited and will be prioritised for staff at Accredited collections. Travel funding is also available, see the booking form:

 

Valence House study day 24 Jan ’18 – programme & booking form

(please print and return by post or email)

 

 

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