logging in or signing up Proger Reginaldo Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINTLite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Copy Does not support media & animations WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 26 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: February 25, 2008 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide1: Other info. Other links.Slide2: My name is PHILIP PROGER, I was born in 1585 and I am the son of WILLIAM PROGER who was Member of Parliament for Monmouthshire in the 1588 Parliament. I have one brother, his name is DAVID PROGER. My family are important in Monmouthshire. Some of my family are Roman Catholic while others remain Anglican. My family has two seats – Gwern-vale near Crickhowell and Wern-ddu. My wife is MARY BRIGHTMER of Caistor St Edmund, Norfolk. Together we have four sons - HENRY, VALENTINE, JAMES AND EDWARD. They are all passionate Royalists and Roman Catholics.. I have been an equerry to James I. This means that I was a personal attendant to the King and I was also involved with the supervision of the horses belonging to a royal household. I have since become groom of the Privy Chamber. I am very proud of my Welsh heritage. Philip’s life came to an end in 1644. He was in Oxford supporting the Royalist cause.Slide3: This is a portrait which shows a ¾ length view . Slide4: This is a portrait which shows a ¾ length view . How do you think Philip is feeling. What is his mood? How can you tell? Slide5: This is a portrait which shows a ¾ length view . How do you think Philip is feeling. What is his mood? How can you tell? How is Philip standing? Does the way he is standing tell you anything about him? Slide6: This is a portrait which shows a ¾ length view . How do you think Philip is feeling. What is his mood? How can you tell? How is Philip standing? Does the way he is standing tell you anything about him? How do you think Philip wishes to be portrayed?Slide7: What is the background of the painting like and why do you think this was chosen? Slide8: Click on different parts of the picture to find out more. Slide9: How would you describe his expression? Slide10: What do you think he is thinking about? How would you describe his expression? Slide11: How would you describe his skin? What do you think he is thinking about? How would you describe his expression? Slide12: How would you describe his skin? What do you think he is thinking about? How would you describe his expression? What clues can his skin give us about the work that he did?Slide13: Why do you think Philip is holding a leek? Slide14: This picture is the earliest-known portrait of a Welshman holding a leek. At the Tudor and Stuart courts the Sovereign and courtiers wore leeks on Saint David's Day. James I commented on this practice 'that the wearing of leeks on Saint David's Day by Welshmen was a good and commendable fashion ... the Welshmen in commemoration of the great fight of the black Prince of Wales, do wear leeks as their chosen ensign'. Why do you think Philip is holding a leek? Slide15: To find out more about the people who worked with the Royal family click this link - Tudor and Stuart Royal Household As an equerry to James I my role was to be a personal attendant to the King. I was also involved with the supervision of the horses belonging to a royal household. Imagine what my life was like and write an account describing what you imagine a typical day for me would be like. Remember that I am a member of the royal household and that I come from quite a wealthy family. I am also very proud of my Welsh heritage. Slide16: Paint or draw a portrait of a friend. Get them to sit in a position that makes them look important. Also think about the clothes that your subject should wear and any props that they should hold. To find out more about how to paint a portrait click the links below. Watercolours Portrait TutorialSlide17: Can you remember exactly what my portrait looks like? Open the Muddled Proger Smart Notebook file (progermuddle.notebook) and try to put my portrait back together by selecting the correct pieces from the choice on offer and positioning them correctly. There are pieces from other portraits in the museum. Take a picture of my portrait in your mind before you start. Good luck! Muddled Proger NotebookSlide18: The National Museum of Wales Website The Proger Family Slide19: About the painting – Media: oil on canvas Size: 104.5 x 83.7 cm Acquired in: 1988; Purchased. This picture is the earliest-known portrait of a Welshman holding a leek. The painter is unknown but the pose of Philip Proger suggests an Anglo-Dutch artist. You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.