Buckingham Palace Collection Displayed in Queen's Gallery

August 17 2020

Image of Buckingham Palace Collection Displayed in Queen's Gallery

Picture: RCT

Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

The Royal Collection Trust has announced what it intends to do with Buckingham Palace's pictures during the imminent scheduled refurbishment project. A majority of the masterpieces usually kept in the Palace's Picture Gallery (pictured) will form part of an exhibition in the attached Queen's Gallery. This will includes paintings by the likes of Van Dyck, Rubens, Titian and Vermeer.

Many of the pictures have been loaned out to the RCT's exhibition space for individual shows, but this may be one of the first times they have been loan as a complete 'collection' of sorts. It will be interesting to see how the pictures are hung, as many are hung in a very stacked and vertical manner in the palace.

The exhibition will run from 4 December 2020 - January 2022.

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