“The Queen: Portraits of a Monarch” to go on Display at Windsor Castle

The UK’s Royal Collection Trust is unveiling a new exhibition at Windsor Castle this week entitled “The Queen: Portraits of a Monarch”.

The collection, which is to be on display at the English castle from 23rd November 2012 to 9th June 2013, depicts Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as captured by some of the finest artists to have drawn, painted, photographed and sculpted her likeness over the 60 years The Queen has been on the British throne.

The Global Herald are able to offer a taste of the collection, below.

HM Queen Elizabeth II, 1956, photograph

Baron Studios (Sterling Henry Nahum, 1906-56)

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The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe.

The capital is London. The present monarch is Queen Elizabeth II.

The United Kingdom is the seat of the formerly extensive British Empire.

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