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This year's Summer Exhibition at Buckingham Place is entitled The Queen's Coronation 1953. The exhibition showcases dresses, uniforms and robes worn by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and Members of the Royal Family during the Coronation in 1953.
The summer exhibition at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, is entitled The First Georgians: Art & Monarchy 1714-1760.
The Queen's Coronation 1953 Official Souvenir Album has been published to accompany an exhibition of the same name that forms part of the 2013 Summer Opening at Buckingham Palace.
The American painter, John Singer
Sargent RA (1856-1925), is the star of the Royal Academy's
forthcoming exhibition, entitled Sargent and the Sea, which
opens on 10th July 2010.
Although best known as a portraitist, Sargent was also an important landscape painter...
Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, presents ″Gold″, showcasing gold items from the Early Bronze Age to the 20th Century.
Magnificent exhibition a Buckingham Palace - Fashioning a Reign: 90 Years of Style from The Queen's Wardrobe - commemorates Her Majesty's 90th Birthday. //
The Glamour of Bellville Sassoon chronicles David Sassoon's fifty-year career and his position at the forefront of the British fashion industry.
The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, presents Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing.
The Wellcome Collection presents an exhibition entitled Thinking with the body: mind and movement in the work of Wayne McGregor | Random Dance The display utilises dance, commissioned film, music, artwork, technology and science to investigate creativity in dance.
Celebrating her 90th birthday in 2016, Queen Elizabeth II's diary is as full as ever! Will she retire or refire?
To mark its 10th anniversary the Fashion and Textile Museum is holding an exhibition entitled The Glamour of Bellville Sassoon.
Leonardo da Vinci: A Life in Drawing marks the 500th anniversary of the death of Leonardo da Vinci.
The Wallace Collection presents an exhibition entitled The Discovery of Paris: Watercolours by Early Nineteenth-Century British Artists.
Stowe House in Buckinghamshire, with its beautiful Georgian architecture and neo-classical interiors, is being restored to its former glory.
Hockney: Printmaker, an exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, marks sixty years since the appearance of David Hockney's first print in 1954.
London's art galleries and museums, from the V&A to the Courtauld, from the Museum of Childhood to the Imperial War Museum, offer exciting opportunities for adults and children.
This book examines innovations in manufacturing methods, changing tastes and fashion trends in Georgian Britain from tableware to wallpaper and from ceramics to clothing.
The Discovery of Paris Watercolours by Early Nineteenth-century British Artists has been published to coincide with an exhibition of the same name at the Wallace Collection, London. The book looks at watercolour scenes of Paris by British artists working in the French capital in the early 1800s.
Shoes Pleasure and Pain, exhibition at V&A, looks at 2,000 years of footwear history.