The eight seals of Lady Margaret's executors. Richard Fox, Bishop of Winchester; John Fisher Bishop of Rochester; Charles Somerset, Lord Herbert Chamberlain to the King; Sir Thomas Lovell, Treasurer of the Royal Household; Sir Henry Marney, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Sir John St. John, Chamberlain to Lady Margaret; Henry Hornby, her Chancellor; Hugh Ashton, Controller of her household.

The eight seals of Lady Margaret's executors. Richard Fox, Bishop of Winchester; John Fisher Bishop of Rochester; Charles Somerset, Lord Herbert Chamberlain to the King; Sir Thomas Lovell, Treasurer of the Royal Household; Sir Henry Marney, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster; Sir John St. John, Chamberlain to Lady Margaret; Henry Hornby, her Chancellor; Hugh Ashton, Controller of her household.

The King Fisher — Vector EPS #clean #restaurant • Available here → https://graphicriver.net/item/the-king-fisher/9527964?ref=pxcr

The King Fisher

The King Fisher — Vector EPS #clean #restaurant • Available here → https://graphicriver.net/item/the-king-fisher/9527964?ref=pxcr

I have had a wonderful week this week as I have had complete freedom to paint just what I wanted. I have a few new pieces to share with you in the coming days but a subject i return to time and again is movement. I love birds and the way they move and a favourite of mine is the king fisher . 1. Find an image of a kingfisher and draw it as carefully as you can. I often use pixabay as a source of images or I have some friendly photographer friends who help me too.    2. Now it is time to get…

I have had a wonderful week this week as I have had complete freedom to paint just what I wanted. I have a few new pieces to share with you in the coming days but a subject i return to time and again is movement. I love birds and the way they move and a favourite of mine is the king fisher . 1. Find an image of a kingfisher and draw it as carefully as you can. I often use pixabay as a source of images or I have some friendly photographer friends who help me too. 2. Now it is time to get…

Africa | The King of Buganda, Mutebi II, is carried by men from the Buffalo Clan, his traditional bearers, and shown to his people. To the cheering of some 20'000 Baganda, who cried out "Wangaala Kabaka" (Long Live the King), the king greeted his subjects to the pounding of giant drums and shrill ululations of women. Uganda. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

Africa | The King of Buganda, Mutebi II, is carried by men from the Buffalo Clan, his traditional bearers, and shown to his people. To the cheering of some 20'000 Baganda, who cried out "Wangaala Kabaka" (Long Live the King), the king greeted his subjects to the pounding of giant drums and shrill ululations of women. Uganda. | ©Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher

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