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Biography

Hans Eworth (or Ewouts; c. 1520–1574) was a Flemish painter active in England in the mid-16th century. Along with other exiled Flemings, he made a career in Tudor London, painting allegorical images as well as portraits of the gentry and nobility. About 40 paintings are now attributed to Eworth, among them portraits of Mary I and Elizabeth I. Eworth also executed decorative commissions for Elizabeth's Office of the Revels in the early 1570s.

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Artworks

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Portrait of an Unknown Lady 1565–8: By Hans Eworth

Read technical information about this painting resulting from examination and scientific analysis by conservators and conservation scientists at Tate

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Portrait of Elizabeth Roydon, Lady Golding 1563: By Hans Eworth

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Let me in: Migrations at Tate Britain

To coincide with the exhibition which explores British art through the theme of migration from 1500 to the present day ...

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