Hampton Court: The Lost Palace, a lecture with international guest Dr Jonathan Foyle will take place Friday 16 November 2007 at the Historic Houses Trust in Sydney, Australia.
From the website:
In the ballroom of our own State ‘Palace’ hear international guest Dr Jonathan Foyle speak about his experiences at Hampton Court, England’s most significant palace of the Tudor age, and his ensuing work with the World Monuments Fund.
Dr Jonathan Foyle is an architectural historian, archaeologist and chief executive of the World Monuments Fund Britain. Jonathan is a regular presenter and specialist on many successful history programs in the UK such as Time team and Meet the ancestors and he presents the search for both Henry VIII and The Vikings in the forthcoming US History Channel Series Lost worlds. As Buildings Curator at Historic Royal Palaces for over seven years, he was responsible for researching the history and detailed architectural development of Hampton Court. His research discovered important new information about Cardinal Thomas Wolsey’s original palace and its Italian Renaissance influences.
Introduced by Ann Toy, Supervising Curator at Government House. Followed by refreshments and an exclusive opportunity to view the new furnishings in the drawing room.
6.30pm – 8.30pm
Includes light refreshments
Bookings essential T 02 8239 2211
Each hour of participation in these events may contribute to the annual informal CPE requirements for architect’s registration
Government House (Sydney, New South Wales)