The Harvest

Green, Ayesha
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Twenty-first century appropriation of a commissioned portrait of Queen Victoria and Albert, Prince Consort, with five of their children.

The Prince of Wales, wearing a Russian blouse. Prince Alfred is on the left in the skirted outfit typically worn by young boys up to the age of around three. He walks towards his three sisters – Victoria, Princess Royal on the far right, Princess Alice and the infant Princess Helena.

Queen Victoria wears an emerald and diamond diadem designed by Prince Albert in 1845 and made by Joseph Kitching at a cost of £1,150. Matching drop earrings and three brooches attached to her bodice complete the parure. Prince Albert wears court dress, consisting of black velvet breeches, a white satin waistcoat and a black single-breasted dress coat cut fashionably tight on the arms. Both wear their ribbon and star of the Garter, and Prince Albert also wears the Garter itself and the badge of the Golden Fleece
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Acrylic on canvas
Height x Width: 1980 x 2700mm
Crate: Height x Width x Depth/Length: 2100 x 2900 x 120mm
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gifted by the MTG Foundation
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2020/40, 98832
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