Product images of Queen Victoria (1891-1901)
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We only use premium branded inks, and colours are independently verified to last between 100 and 200 years.
Queen Victoria (1891-1901)
A three-quarter-length portrait of Queen Victoria, standing to left. She wears a white evening dress cut low to reveal her shoulders and the insignia of the Garter, with the Garter itself round her left arm. She has a white lace shawl, her arms are folded and she holds two red roses in her left hand. She wears a large brooch, similar to one given to her by Prince Albert as a wedding present. She is also shown wearing a locket around her neck containing the Prince's hair, given to her by the Queen of the Belgians.
Franz Xaver Winterhalter
- Image reference: BHC3071
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London