Victoria and Albert Watercolour Notecard Set
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To coincide with the exhibition Victoria and Albert: Our Lives in Watercolour, explore this range inspired by the art of watercolour painting. Throughout their marriage, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert formed a wonderful collection of thousands of watercolours, many illustrating scenes of their public and private lives, and often spent happy evening together organising acquisitions into albums.
This set of 8 notecards wonderfully showcase some truly magnificent watercolours.The images included are: Queen Victoria dated 1855 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, Prince Albert dated 1855 by Franz Xaver Winterhalter, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert landing at St Pierre, Guernsey dated 1846 by Paul Jacob Naftel, Eos dated 4 October 1840 by Queen Victoria, The Picture Gallery, Buckingham Palace 1873 by Hills and Saunders, The Palace of Holyroodhouse c.1845-55 by James Duffield Harding, Queen Victoria driving to open Parliament, 5 February 1861 by George Housman Thomas drawn in 1861.
Notecards 10.5 x 15 cm.
Notecard tin 12.5 x 17 cm.