The Wives of Henry Exhibit

  • Overview

    On Display are six portraits of the Wives of Henry VIII by Mary Kline-Misol, acrylic on handmade paper.

    For fifty years throughout his bloody reign, Henry VIII wed six maidens of the court.

    From the early years of Catherine of Aragon and in the end leaving Jane Parr a widow, each marriage reflected the sometimes gruesome  history of the times.

    Kline-Misol’s portraits of each wife are currently on display through June 1st.

    Covid protocols are in place with masks REQUIRED and no more than 10 people allowed in the Gallery at one time.

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