Queen Elizabeths Music era
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Queen Elizabeth listening to music in the court. She loved music and could play the lute. She is listening to Thomas Tallis.
Elizabeth loved to watch plays and theatre and dancing. She could and did watch them for hours.
William Shakespeare would write work for Queen Elizabeth. His plays would then be performed in front of the queen.
Many paintings were painted of Elizabeth. She would have to wait there for hours, not moving a muscle. These images reveal that she was an early fashionista in many ways.
She loved beautiful clothing and jewelry. Her garments were often made with gold and silver. With the help of makeup, Elizabeth cultivated a dramatically pale look.
The towns people gathered and decided to call the Flourishing Elizabethan art era. This was because...
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