The Tudors: Jane Grey ( 1537-1554) the Exploited

$ 750.00

 

Although placed in direct line of succession by Edward VI, Jane Grey never wanted to be queen. Harshly brought up but allowed to flourish in her studies, Jane is one of the unluckiest Tudors.

However because of Jane’s fervid Protestantism she was an attractive alternative to the Catholic Mary.

She had to be bullied mercilessly by her parents into accepting the crown after Edward VII’s death. She was queen for nine days until she was thrown into the Tower of London by the rightful heir, Mary Tudor.

She was executed by Mary at the age of 17.

 

 

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Jane-Grey-Lenticular is a technique where one image “flips” to another using finely calibrated stripes of lenses. Most peoples first contact with lenticulars is the “blinking eye” prize in a box of Cracker Jacks. All Bourbon lenticulars measure 8 inches by 10 inches.

They are made to order and come in editions of 10.

Framing is not included.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 12 x 9 x 6 in