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Queen Victoria’s prized watercolours go on show for first time

Unseen watercolours collected by Victoria and Albert in their prized sketchbooks are to be sent on tour around Britain, providing new insight into their marriage on the 200th anniversary of their births.

The paintings, described by Queen Victoria as her “most valuable albums” were so loved that the binding which held them together wore out during her widowhood, as they were admired over and over again. …Read More

Pictured: Queen Victoria paints her son, Arthur on May 7,  1853 CREDIT: ROYAL COLLECTION TRUST

2019-01-03T07:31:08+00:00