Anne Boleyn was the second wife of Henry VIII, whose meteoric rise from lady-in-waiting to Queen of England tore the country from the Catholic Church and changed it forever. But Anne fell as far as she had risen and was sent to the Tower of London on charges of treason. Whilst she was awaiting death by execution, she is believed to have written this lament.
One in a series of posters featuring quotations from famous figures of the Tudor and Renaissance period, whose interests and concerns all still strike a chord with us today. The eye-catching patterns are inspired by the designs of the formal knot gardens of the period.
Posters are A3 (420 x 297mm) and supplied board-backed in a cello-bag.