Sir Thomas Bullen
Medium:Paper, heelball, Backing board.
Date:1970 – 1980
Paper and heelball, Black paper and gold wax, mounted on board. The Inscription that goes with the full effigy of Thomas Bullen.
Wax rubbing of the funerary brass of Sir Thomas Bullen (d. 1538). The original brass is located at St. Peter’s church in Kent, England. Today he is most famous for being the father of Ann Boelyn, the second wife of King Henry the IIV. During his life he served in the military and won royal favor, lands and titles. After Ann was put to death the family name was disgraced and he died “quietly” soon after.