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Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the inauguration of the Indian pavilion of the Great exhibition of 1851, London

Watercolour
ca.1851 (made)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the inauguration of the Indian pavilion of the Great Exhibition, 1851. Signed and dated 'PL 51-69'.


object details
Categories
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Watercolour
Brief Description
Watercolour by Prosper Lafaye (or Lafait/ Lafay) depicting Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the inauguration of the Indian pavilion of the Great exhibition of 1851, London.

French School, ca. 1851.
Physical Description
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert at the inauguration of the Indian pavilion of the Great Exhibition, 1851. Signed and dated 'PL 51-69'.
Dimensions
  • Height: 54.3cm
  • Width: 104.3cm
Taken from Victoria & Albert Museum Department of Prints and Drawings and Department of Paintings Accessions 1968 London: HMSO 1969
Marks and Inscriptions
'PL 51-69' (Signed and dated)
Credit line
Given by Madame Cottin, grand-daughter of the Artist
Subjects depicted
Associated Object
P.9-1966 (Prototype)
Bibliographic Reference
Victoria and Albert Museum Department of Prints and Drawings and Department of Paintings Accessions 1968 London: HMSO, 1969
Collection
Accession Number
P.56-1968

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