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Love’s Labour’s Found, Philip Mould & Company’s free exhibition

21 April 2021 to 28 May 2021Visit website

“This is the latest in a series of exhibitions spanning the last few decades that seeks to combine the paintings we have had the privilege of handling with the highest quality cataloguing of which we are capable. As we all emerge from lockdown and can visit art galleries once again, I hope this exhibition will provide a visual treat for visitors and also intrigue them about a period of art history where there is so much more still to discover” – Philip Mould. 

This Spring, Philip Mould & Company will be shining a spotlight onto a group of Elizabethan and Jacobean portraits by putting on a free exhibition of 17 works, featuring such luminaries as Nicholas Hilliard (c.1547-1619), George Gower (c.1540-1596), William Larkin (c.1580-1619) and Isaac Oliver (c.1565-1617). This exhibition can be physically seen from the 21st of April until the 28th of May at the Philip Mould & Company gallery on London’s Pall Mall, or from the comfort of your own home online here

The Love’s Labours Found exhibition will include two depictions of Queen Elizabeth I, one from the start of her reign (1558-1561) and one from more than 30 years later (1590s), both by unknown artists working in England. It will also include a portrait of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leister which is a product of the Steven Van der Meulen workshop from the early 1560s. Also represented in the show is a portrait of Elizabeth’s successor King James VI & I, which was painted not long after he acceded to the English throne (1604, Unknown Artist). 

Emerge into this fascinating period of art history and discover 16th and 17th century Britain as you have never seen it before! The full exhibits list is available on the Philip Mould & Company website. 

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