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Read our review of the fascinating National Maritime Museum exhibition catalogue, Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire and Revolution. Spoiler alert: we loved it. Former history teacher, Alec Stephen is impressed by the attractively presented and fascinating Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire and Revolution and awards it.
This book, published to coincide with a major exhibition at the National Maritime Museum to mark the th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, centres on Samuel Pepys ( ), the famous diarist and the greatest administrator of the Stuart Age.
John Smith’s transcription of Pepys’ early diary, from Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution on show at the National Maritime Museum.
Photograph: Master and Fellows of Magdalene College. Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London SE10, until 28th March Even if one knew nothing at all about this colourful, celebrated 17th century figure the exhibition’s title gives a clear clue about the stirring, changing times in which he lived.
The exhibition starts with the execution of Charles I, an event. Buy The National Maritime Museum and Samuel Pepys;: A paper read before the Samuel Pepys Club, May 27th, by E Chappell (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : E Chappell. This image, inscribed 'Samuel Pepys', derives from Kneller's portrait of Pepys (BHC), but is unlikely to be by him. It is probably an 18th-century copy based on Robert White's engraving ofsee PAF Medium includes red ink highlights.
Date made. It is one of three portraits painted for him, the others being of his former secretary and faithful friend William Hewer, with whom he lived in retirement at Clapham until his death, and John Jackson, his nephew.
The pictures remained in Pepys's family until Pepys and Hewer were purchased for the National Maritime Museum by Sir James Caird in Naval reformer, citizen scientist, serious player on the national stage, MP and prisoner of the Tower of London – Samuel Pepys was all these but it is his candid diary that has ensured he remains a household name centuries after his death.
As the son of a tailor, his origins were humble but by no means hopeless and his extended family contained people of influence. Book Slam, London’s longest running and best known literary event comes to Greenwich for one night only at the National Maritime Museum.
Our popular Maritime Lecture Series will explore all aspects of Pepys’ world, from the reasons he kept a diary to the science of the Stuart era. Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution is accompanied by a richly illustrated book edited by Margarette Lincoln, with an.
Most endearingly of all is the bust of Elisabeth Pepys gazing down from the nave wall towards her husband's pew. The church is also custodian of Pepys's prayer book, which is on show at the.
The National Maritime Museum is currently celebrating the life and times of Stuart London’s most celebrated diarist, Samuel Pepys (), with an exhibition and a season of events examining the turbulent times through which he lived.
The exhibition runs until 28 March and includes several loans from the collections of the Royal Society. A month before the opening of "Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution", I went on a walking tour of London with the co-curators of the Maritime Museum's new blockbuster exhibition, Kris Martin and Robert Blyth.
We traced Pepys across London, and I was privileged to see his prayer-book laid open before me in the simple quiet. Pepys, Samuel, ‘The State of the Royall Navy of England at the Dissolution of the late Comission of the Admiralty’, 31 December NMM REC/6 Item Sheres, Sir Henry, ‘A Discourse touching ye decay of our Naval Discipline by Sir H Sheers’ [ ], NMM REC/4 Item 4.
The life, career, and world of Samuel Pepys, lavishly illustrated and published to coincide with an exhibition at the National Maritime Museum. Samuel Pepys (–) lived through one of the most exciting and troubled periods in English history.
He saw the people rise up in the name of liberty and execute their king. Buy The National Maritime Museum and Samuel Pepys. A paper, etc. On objects in the Museum associated with Pepys by Edwin Chappell, Samuel Pepys (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Edwin Chappell, Samuel Pepys.
The National Maritime Museum (NMM) is a maritime museum in Greenwich, is part of Royal Museums Greenwich, a network of museums in the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage other publicly funded national museums in the United Kingdom, it has no general admission charge; there are admission charges for most side-gallery temporary exhibitions, usually supplemented by many loaned.
Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution, National Maritime Museum, 20 November –28 March • This article was amended on 16 November An earlier version said Pepys had a gallstone.
Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution at the National Maritime Museum. Today is the rd birthday of famed London diarist, Samuel Pepys (Febru – ).
What better way to celebrate his important contribution to English history than to catch the exhibit: Samuel Pepys: Fire, Plague, Revolution at the National Maritime Museum. Get this from a library. Samuel Pepys plague, fire, revolution. [Margarette Lincoln; Claire Tomalin; Samuel Pepys; National Maritime Museum; Royal Museums Greenwich;] -- This book, published to coincide with a major exhibition at the National Maritime Museum to mark the th anniversary of the Great Fire of London, centres on Samuel Pepys (), the famous.
Walking in the footsteps of Samuel Pepys – National Maritime Museum, Oct Coming face to face with Samuel Pepys in the churchyard at St Olave, Hart Street “In London, the past is a form of occluded but fruitful memory, in which the .Both Samuel Pepys's frank Diary and John Evelyn's anxiously tidied account of the first years of the Restoration remain vivid today.
Willes's book is a 'must' for anyone interested in people, or London, or the growth of society after the King returned."—Liza Picard, author of Restoration London.The National Maritime Museum’s latest exhibition Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution is the largest-ever exhibition about Samuel Pepys and has over objects on display (some of which come from private collections!).Early last month, I attended a private viewing of this exhibition, and I finally have time to write my thoughts about it.