This is a portrait of Ann Boleyn, second wife of King Henry VIII, who he was so obsessed with that he founded his own church to be able to divorce his first wife, Queen Katherine of Aragon, to be able to marry Ann and make her Queen. The infatuation didn’t last and she was the first of his wives to die on the scaffold – after having given him a daughter, who would become Queen Elizabeth I. This little sculpture honors Ann’s strength and her ability to manipulate this most powerful king into not just making her his mistress – even though it meant her doom.
Raku fired ceramic sculpture/wallpiece
4 x 1 x 4.25
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