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Anna of Denmark : The Material and Visual Culture of the Stuart Courts, 1589-1619, Hardback Book

Anna of Denmark : The Material and Visual Culture of the Stuart Courts, 1589-1619 Hardback

Part of the Studies in Design and Material Culture series

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Approaching the Stuart courts through the lens of the queen consort, Anna of Denmark, this study is underpinned by three key themes: translating cultures, female agency and the role of kinship networks and genealogical identity for early modern royal women.

Illustrated with a fascinating array of objects and artworks, the book follows a trajectory that begins with Anna's exterior spaces before moving to the interior furnishings of her palaces, the material adornment of the royal body, an examination of Anna's visual persona and a discussion of Anna's performance of extraordinary rituals that follow her life cycle.

Underpinned by a wealth of new archival research, the book provides a richer understanding of the breadth of Anna's interests and the meanings generated by her actions, associations and possessions. -- .

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