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These beautiful fans, also called 'morchals' are made of peacock feathers with colourful enamelled handles. They were presented to the Prince of Wales in 1875 by the Maharaja of Jaipur. See more in at The Queen's Gallery. Edinburgh
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The Scotsman Jan 19
Art reviews: Splendours of the Subcontinent at the Queen’s Gallery, Edinburgh and the BP Portrait Award 2017 at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 19
Hear details of the messages & memoranda penned by Prince Albert about the forthcoming Great Exhibition of 1851 on at 11:00 today
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 19
Listen at 11:00 to hear hidden stories revealed in the Royal Collection & Royal Archives. Learn about the secret campaign waged by the future George IV against leading satirical artists in order to protect his reputation
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BBC Press Office Jan 18
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 18
The drawings aren't cartoons in the modern sense of the word, but are full-scale drawings used to create tapestries commissioned by Pope Leo X for the Sistine Chapel. The drawings were purchased by Charles I in 1623.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 18
The Raphael cartoons featured on recently. These are part of the Royal Collection, but have been on (very) long term loan to – since 1865!
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 17
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Oops! A little typo there. Thanks for flagging it, we're getting the page edited now.
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The Royal Family Jan 17
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Princess Mary, The Princess Royal completed her nurse training at in 1920. She later became Vice-Patron and then President.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 17
See where Bonnie Prince Charlie entertained & slept during his visit to in 1745
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 17
Share your next to or the display in The Queen's Galleries in London & Edinburgh with us.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 17
Did you know will be at in February as part of our 'Rethinking the history of Windsor Castle' lecture series? Tickets still available!
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BBC Arts Jan 16
If on the Royal Collection on sparked your interest, curators from have the expert take on Hans Holbein's masterly portraits of Henry VIII's court -
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
There’s more details about the Henry VIII bust on the Royal Collection Trust website here
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
Learn more about tapestries in the Royal Collection, including those at in our online trail .
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
This terracotta bust, made by Guido Mazzoni, has been described as many things: a laughing boy; a Chinese boy; a German dwarf & a 7-year-old Henry VIII.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
Visit and see for yourself the rooms described by presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon as “An Aladdin’s cave”.
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
Watch presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon as he introduces us to some of the Royal Collection's 3,000 portrait miniatures. The 1st episode of Art, Passion & Power, will be broadcast on across the UK at 21:00 tonight.
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Osborne Jan 16
in 1942, Arthur, Duke of Connaught, passed away. He was by this point 's last surviving son. This painting, by Winterhalter © shows Victoria with Arthur as a baby. Visit our page to discover more about the Queen's family:
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RoyalCollectionTrust Jan 16
'Long to reign over us' is a beautifully illustrated hardback book showing 7 decades of royal history. Available to purchase from our online shop:
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