Do you use a screenreader program like JAWS or WindowEyes?
We’re sorry - this website is not optimised for screenreader use, but we have come up with some extra features if you have trouble seeing computer screens.
The website is about four portraits. We’ve tried to make sure as many of you as possible can explore the portraits.
Each portrait has a ‘word picture’ to go with it. These are descriptions of the paintings and also tell the story of the portrait sitters. Your screenreader should be able to read our word pictures.
Click on these links for the word pictures:
Ellen Terry Word Picture
Bobby Charlton Word Picture
Kitty Fisher Word Picture
Queen Elizabeth I Word Picture
Each portrait also has a line drawing of the painting to go with it. If you have a raised image printer at school or home you can print out our line drawings and use them to feel the outline of the portraits. If you use the raised images and listen to the word pictures at the same time you will get a good idea of how the portraits look.
Click on these links for the line drawings:
Ellen Terry Line Drawing
Bobby Charlton Line Drawing
Kitty Fisher Line Drawing
Queen Elizabeth I Line Drawing
If you have any trouble with the site or printing out the raised images, let us know by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to make changes.
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