paintings of great masters from the Royal collection at Buckingham Palace for the first time in 200 years, will present to the General public.
65 works of Vermeer, Canaletto, Rembrandt, Rubens, Titian and other painters of the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II will be exhibited at the Queen’s gallery in London. The fabric will temporarily be replaced by “place of residence” because of capital repairs at the Palace. This is with reference to the newspaper The Guardian reports TASS.
the Royal gallery is located in the West wing of Buckingham Palace, and to get there will those who will purchase tickets for a tour of the residence of the British monarchs. As noted by the Keeper of the Royal paintings of Desmond Shaw-Taylor, this is the only opportunity to see the pearls of fine art. For example, the painting of Vermeer’s “music Lesson” and Rembrandt’s “Shipbuilder and his wife”, which, as they say in the Palace, is one of the most beloved of Queen Elizabeth II.
the Exhibition “Masterpieces of Buckingham Palace” will be held at the Queen’s gallery from 4 December 2020 and January 2022.
All in connection with the repair experts monarchical house will have to find a worthy place for more than 10 thousand works of art from the impressive Royal collection of paintings, porcelain, tapestries, rare books and historical relics from around the world that were going on for 500 years.