The Tudor Society

Informal live chat on Tudor art – 15 July 2017

Thank you so much for Roland Hui, art historian, blogger and author of The Turbulent Crown: The Story of the Tudor Queens for offering to moderate an informal live chat for us this month.

Roland has an extensive knowledge of Tudor art, particularly portraiture, and blogs about it regularly at his TudorFaces blog. Recently, his view that an image in the Black Book of the Garter was based on Anne Boleyn caused some controversy online and his research is top notch.

The aim of our informal live chats is to debate a certain topic. We don't fire questions at an expert, as we do in our expert live chats, we share our views, pose questions to each other and enjoy 'talking Tudor'. However, as Roland does know his stuff, I'm sure he won't mind us asking him questions about Tudor art and the work he has done. Have a browse of his blog and see if there's something you want to bring up with him during the chat.

We'll be giving away a copy of his book at the chat too, so do come along!

Here are the times in different time zones:

  • London, UK - Saturday 15 July 2017 at 11pm
  • Madrid, Spain - Sunday 16 July 2017 at 12am
  • New York, USA - Saturday 15 July at 6pm
  • Los Angeles, USA - Saturday 15 July at 3pm
  • Sydney, Australia - Sunday 16 July at 8am
  • Adelaide, Australia - Sunday 16 July at 7.30am

Live chats take place in the Tudor Society chatroom at It's really easy to join in, you just go to the chatroom at the scheduled time and type your question or comment in to the text box and click on "send". You can lurk or get as involved as you like, it's up to you. I hope to see you there!

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Informal live chat on Tudor art – 15 July 2017