Inigo Jones

Standard Name: Jones, Inigo


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Friends, Associates Lady Mary Wroth
This masque was written for Twelfth Night, with scenery by Inigo Jones . The ladies' disguise was criticised by some as detrimental to their beauty.
Lewalski, Barbara Kiefer. Writing Women in Jacobean England. Harvard University Press.
Occupation Lady Anne Clifford
The following year (2 February 1609) she appeared in the Masque of Queens, chosen for the beauty of her hair to play Berenice. Her costume was designed by Inigo Jones .
Matthew, Henry Colin Gray et al., editors. Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
under Ben Jonson
Spence, Richard T. Lady Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset, Pembroke and Montgomery. Sutton Publishing.
Textual Features Rachel Hunter
The preface opens by quoting Johnson 's view of Shakespeare as the poet of nature who moved away from the universal reliance of dramatists on romantic love as the only motive for action. What a...
Textual Production Clemence Dane
The tale of Covent Garden begins with Inigo Jones 's building there in the 1630s of the first London square, prototype for many more. CD throws together a colourful account of its local characters and...


8 December 1635: Queen Henrietta Maria's personal Roman Catholic...

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8 December 1635

Queen Henrietta Maria 's personal Roman Catholic chapel, designed by Inigo Jones , opened on the feast of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary .


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