"Tudors to Windsors" Royal Portraits Exhibit Will Make Its Only U.S. Stop in This Southern City
Obsessed with the royal family? This exhibit features 150 mesmerizing pieces — many of which have never been seen outside of England.
H-Town, we're coming for ya, mates. Starting October 7th, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) will host the exhibit Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits from Holbein to Warhol. The display of 150 paintings, sculptures, and photos spans four royal dynasties and includes portraits of King Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth II, Princess Diana, and Prince William. Most of the pieces have not been seen by the public outside of England and the show features the work of Hans Holbein, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Annie Leibovitz, and Andy Warhol, among other noteworthy artists.
If you'd like, you can enhance your experience with an optional audio tour that "delves deeper into selected works of art, with commentary and insights from MFAH curators." Personally, with The Crown Season 2 withdrawal hitting us oh-so-intensely, we're looking forward to soaking up all the royal family intel that we can.
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This will be Tudors to Windsors only stop in America, and tickets for adults are $18 on Tuesday and Wednesday, $23 otherwise, $13 and $18 respectively for seniors, and free for children 12 and younger and MFAH members. The exhibit will run through January 27th, 2019. You can purchase tickets online here.
This is a real corker of a show, y'all. See you in line?