Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks Contributor Internet Archive Language English 191 pages : 26 cm Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother's pleasure in the company of artists and her intuitive response to their work made her an adventurous collector and a progressive patron.
Watercolours and Drawings in the Collection of Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother This exhibition is in the past. View our current exhibitions Contents Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother The Queen Mother's Residences Twentieth-Century Watercolours and Drawings Earlier watercolours and drawings The Queen Mother's Residences
9 de mar. de 2005 · This first exhibition of 73 watercolours and drawings from her collection has been selected to show the range of Queen Elizabeth’s taste, embracing artists as diverse as Thomas Gainsborough and John Bratby.
Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother had a life-long love of art. Over the course of many years she formed a diverse collection of watercolours and drawings. From the first portrait of the young Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, to watercolours presented on her hundredth birthday, the works in this exhibition were personal treasures.
This is the first catalogue devoted to the extraordinary art collection formed by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother. The watercolours and drawings illustrated here, many for the first...
Books Notes: "Exhibition dates: The Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, March-September 2005 [and] The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, June-October 2006"--T.p. verso. Includes bibliographical references (p. 187-188) and index. Subject Terms: Art -- Private collections -- England -- London.