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had to be seen as beautiful. When asked about the connection to resource extraction and violence against women she replied I think what weve got to do is put in the kind of attention and a kind of respect that it takes to hear from Native communities about what has gone. Advanced scientific techniques, such as paint sampling and infra-red reflectography, have helped us to unlock clues to their original appearance. This portrait of Elizabeth, created in the 1580s, has been painted over an unfinished portrait of an entirely different sitter. So, in 1932, when Mother was 19 and Daddy had just turned 20, they eloped. Only the handful of women who ruled states had any such power. Login, x Video embed code, advertisement. Of course, their love object was a beauty. The portrait shows an unmistakably ageing Elizabeth, her wrinkles unconcealed by makeup, with heavy, dark lines under her eyes.
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Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown, as one of her subjects wrote. All of the portraits in this display have changed in some way since they were first created.