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The landing of H.R.H. the Princess Alexandra at Gravesend, March 7 1863
A small study for a large painting by the artist, now in the National Portrait Gallery, NPG 5487. The study records the arrival of Princess Alexandra of Denmark at Gravesend, 7 March 1863, immediately prior to her marriage to Prince Albert, the Prince of Wales and the eldest son of Queen Victoria.
Henry Nelson O'Neil
- Image reference: BHC1257
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London