EXCLUSIVE! Six New Royal Portraits Discovered
April 1, 2017

I’m proud to announce that The Lazy Historian has an exclusive first look at something that will surely rock the worlds of Western European history lovers. Six portraits of well-known royal figures from England and France were recently discovered in a trunk in an old farmhouse in the English countryside. They will be displayed at the National Portrait Gallery in London for a few months this summer before a tour around major cities around the globe. The artist is unknown as of yet but art historians are busy trying to decipher who the artist may be.

Happy April’s Fool Day. ;P

Jillianne Hamilton is a history enthusiast and the author of The Spirited Mrs. Pringle (historical fiction), The Hobby Shop on Barnaby Street (historical romance), and The Lazy Historian’s Guide to the Wives of Henry VIII (non-fiction). Jill launched The Lazy Historian in 2015. She lives in Charlottetown on Canada’s beautiful east coast. Learn more.

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Hi, I'm Jillianne.

I'm a historical fiction writer, a lover of history, and a hoarder of books. I'm the author of The Spirited Mrs. Pringle, The Hobby Shop on Barnaby Street, and The Lazy Historian's Guide to the Wives of Henry VIII.

The Lazy Historian is a history blog featuring stories from the past with sass. With a focus on Western European and women's history, I delve into anything fascinating. Learn more.