At a time when female artists were not encouraged, Properzia de Rossi excelled as a sculptress and miniaturist who preferred religious imagery.
The current First Georgians Art & Monarchy exhibit in London looks at the Georgian passion for fashion and the grand designs they favoured.
The First Georgians exhibit at Buckingham Palace shows how the Hanoverian kings handled Jacobite uprisings and continental wars through maps, battle plans, drawings and sculptures.
William Hogarth, artist and printmaker, commented on the unseemly activities of a Georgian leisure class with spare cash and a passion for the high life.
The First Georgians: Art and Monarchy, at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, looks at tastes and styles of George I and George II, the new dynasty from the House of Hanover.