This article, published in The Historical Journal, examines how Stuart history was interpreted and experienced in the nineteenth century, through a series of historical genre paintings of King Charles I and his family.
Roundtable discussion on global art history, published by IASH Occasional Paper Series.
The relationship of King James VI and I with his elder son and heir, Prince Henry, has received much scholarly attention in recent years. With reference to the Letters Patent of James I, creating his son Henry, Prince of Wales and Earl of Chester, this article reassesses their familial and political relationship, as well as its contemporary artistic representation. It was published in the Electronic British Library Journal.
More on Catriona's research and teaching for History of Art at the University of Edinburgh.