Table of contents for Holbein and England / Susan Foister.


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Contents 
Introduction 
 
1. Holbein 
1. Holbein in England
2. Holbein's English Patrons.
 'The Kinges Maiestie's Servaunt. The Court and Beyond
3. Holbein at Work A Holbein Workshop?
 
2.England 
1. Paintings in Early Sixteenth Century England
Religious pictures - Secular pictures - Portraits 
2. Valuing Paintings 
3. Acquiring Paintings.
3. Decoration and Design
 1.The Greenwich Revels of 1527 
 2.The Triumphs of Riches and Poverty 
3. Designs for Goldsmiths 
 4. Holbein and the English Reformation 
 1. Holbein and the Imagery of the English Reformation
2. The Coverdale Bible
3. The Radical Reformation Woodcuts
5. Holbein the Portraitist 
1. From Basel to England
2. Princely Portraits 
3. Foreigners in England
 Portraits of Hanseatic Merchants. Frenchmen in England
4. Portraits for the English
 Piety and Display. Illusion and Reality
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
Illustration credits




Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Holbein, Hans, 1497-1543 Criticism and interpretation, Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547 Art patronage, Great Britain Court and courtiers History 16th century