British art historian Waldemar Januszczak shows how the artist Hans Holbein witnessed and recorded the most notorious era in British history. He painted most of the major characters of the 16th century Tudor Era, including the famous image of King Henry VIII. But who really was this young German and Swiss artist? And what were the unsettling secrets hidden in his art? What do his images reveal about Henry's relentless drive to control the English church?
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