Hilliard and Oliver in Context

Updated: Mar 31, 2019

I spoke at the conference Hilliard and Oliver in Context at the National Portrait Gallery, London, 28th-29th March 2019. I gave the paper 'It seemeth to be the thing itself': Directness and Intimacy in Hilliard's Portrait Miniatures. This research will be published later this year, in a forthcoming special issue of the online journal Etudes Epistémè.



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