Watercolors that belonged to Victoria and Albert. Queen Victoria commissioned a series of albums of places she and her husband loved or had visited. These are three of the pictures, two from a visit to Albert’s childhood home and a later one of her birthday table at Osborne.

“Schloss Stolzenfels The Great Knight’s Hall.”
“Schloss Stolzenfels: The Great Knight’s Hall.” 1847. Prussian. Watercolor and bodycolor over pencil. Carl Georg Anton Graeb, artist (1816-1884). Image © The Royal Collection Trust. Fair use license. via https://www.rct.uk/collection/themes/exhibitions/victoria-albert-art-love/the-queens-gallery-buckingham-palace/schloss-stolzenfels-the-great-knights-hall
Queen Victoria’s Birthday Table at Osborne
“Queen Victoria’s Birthday Table at Osborne, 24 May 1861.” 1861. British. Watercolor and bodycolor with pencil. James Roberts, artist (ca. 1800-1867). Image © The Royal Collection Trust. Fair use license. via https://www.rct.uk/collection/themes/exhibitions/victoria-albert-art-love/the-queens-gallery-buckingham-palace/queen-victorias-birthday-table-at-osborne-24-may-1861
Schloss Rosenau the room used by Princes Ernest and Albert as children c. 1846
“Schloss Rosenau: the room used by Princes Ernest and Albert as children.” the nursery the princes shared with their tutor. ca. 1846. German. Watercolor over pencil with scraping out. Georg Konrad Rothbart, artist (1817-1896). Image © The Royal Collection Trust. Fair use license. via https://www.rct.uk/collection/themes/exhibitions/victoria-albert-art-love/the-queens-gallery-buckingham-palace/schloss-rosenau-the-room-used-by-princes-ernest-and-albert-as-children

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