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A young Queen Victoria (1819–1901) seen at her first Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace after her Accession. She is seen full-length on a crimson carpet, wearing a diamond coronet with ostrich plumes, ribbon of the garter, white dress embroidered with bunches of pink flowers, long pink train, white gloves, the garter robe behind her. The throne and a crimson and gold curtain to the left, scepter with dove on the table and columns, balustrade, bunch of pink roses and Westminster Abbey in the background.
oil on canvas
H 83.8 x W 63.5 cm