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He is so handsome 😍New still of Prince Albert for Christmas Special! I'm so anxious *-* by @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

Prince Albert so serious in new still for Christmas Special by @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

👑 Back to the 80's ... Our good looking Prince consort 👑
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Such fun to sing with this guy! Can't wait for 25th May! #bathfestival #princeconsort #jazz #schubert #jasonrebello

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. #princeconsort #vandamuseum #queenvictoria

Queen Magrethe II and her consort, Prince Henrik Of Denmark
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Thankyou for your dedication to your works, Sir!

Prince Philip is officially retired from public engagement at the age of 96.
The Duke of Edinburgh has carried out a total of 22,219 solo engagements and 637 solo overseas visits since 1952. It probably more than that if you count the engagements from 1947-1951. The Duke of Edinburgh has also authored 14 books and has given 5,496 speeches❤







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Not a bad start to the day.. Spent this morning at Wigmore Hall rehearsing Brahms Neue Liebeslieder and Schumann's Spanische Liebeslieder for a Prince Consort Side-by-side project... If you are free at 1pm on the 19th of May come along! #PrinceConsort #Schumann #Brahms #WigmoreHall

Damn, Albert, nice memorial. And to think you weren't even king. #princeconsort #queenvictoria

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It's #MarbledMonday with a very special royal bookplate! "This work printed by command of the Queen is presented by Her Majesty to Theodore Martin". This 1876 Vault book (only one of 100 copies printed) is "The Works of Raphael Santiago da Urbino as Represented in the Raphael Collection in the Royal Library at Windsor Castle, formed by H.R.H. the Prince Consort, 1853-1861, and Completed by Her Majesty Queen Victoria". Published in London by J. Murray. The Sir Theodore Martin that this book belonged was most likely the Scottish poet, biographer and translator (1816-1909) who was chosen to write the "Life of the Prince Consort", and closely worked with Queen Victoria on this.
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Prince Albert so serious in new still for Christmas Special by @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

He is so handsome 😍New still of Prince Albert for Christmas Special! I'm so anxious *-* by @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

A new portrait of The Duke of Edinburgh, painted earlier in this year by Ralph Heimans. #portrait #thedukeofedinburgh #edinburgh #ralphheimans #royal #princeconsort #britishroyal

Sometimes I️ forget how talented they are.... #chopinonasunday #rcmconcert 🎶🎶🎵🎵🎼🎼🎹🎹 #royalcollegeofmusic #concert #grandpiano #princeconsort #chopin #southkensington #numberoneconservatoire #london 🎶❤️🎵❤️🎹❤️🎼❤️⛄️⛄️🎄🎄🌨🌨❄️❄️🎻🎸🎺🎷🥁

Prince Albert with baby Bertie in new Christmas Special still. Albert is happy and excited about the scope 😁 By @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

New still of Prince Albert for Christmas Special! I'm so anxious *-* by @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

The wedding of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh took place on 20 November 1947 at Westminster Abbey in London.

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Prince Albert with little Vicky, Christmas Special.

My handsome Albert in 1856. Miniature by Guglielmo Faija. Thank you very much for 500 followers!! ❤️

Prince Albert. His thoughts are distant. Photo by: @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

Prince Albert. His thoughts are distant. Photo by: @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

The First of May 1851. Queen Victoria holds her third son, Prince Arthur, as he is presented with a jewel casket by his godfather, Arthur, Duke of Wellington. In return the child hands over a nosegay of lily of the valley, a flower traditionally given as a good luck charm on 1 May, especially in France, to mark the arrival of spring. Prince Albert, wearing field-marshal's uniform with the badge of the Golden Fleece and the ribbon and star of the Garter, stands behind, looking towards the Crystal Palace in the distance. The picture commemorates a date of threefold significance: the first birthday of the infant Prince Arthur, the eighty-second birthday of the Duke, and the opening day of the Great Exhibition.
Queen Victoria wears a diadem of a sunray design said to have been made by Rundell's for Queen Adelaide (Munn 2001, p.70), a bracelet of strings of pearls with a miniature of Prince Albert, and the Lesser George badge with a cameo by Nathaniel Marchant, made for George IV. In its composition the painting resembles an Adoration scene; the Duke's kneeling stance and devotional gesture mimic those of the Magi, Prince Arthur is dressed in classical drapery and the lilies of the valley are a symbol of purity and innocence. Even the sunburst diadem is suggestive of a halo. Queen Victoria claimed that the suggestion for the painting had been hers, but that 'Winterhalter did not seem to know how to carry it out, so dear Albert with his wonderful knowledge & taste, gave W the idea' (Journal, 21 May, 1851). When she showed a print of the picture to the painter David Roberts in November 1851 she agreed with his judgement that it had not done justice to the Prince (Guitermann 1990, p. 47). While the costume and jewellery appear to be accurately painted (Queen Victoria did wear this dress and diadem to open the exhibition) the Duke's gift was not in fact a jewel casket but a gold cup and toys. At the suggestion of Prince Albert, apparently for purely aesthetic reasons, a casket was depicted instead. The Queen later regretted the confusion caused by the switch. Continues in the comments:

My handsome Albert in 1856. Miniature by Guglielmo Faija. I love Albert so much ❤️

Prince Albert was also an inventor. He installed indoor plumbing in the palace, both upstairs and downstairs.
Photo by: @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

"The Queen's Husband" - An abolitionist group asks Victoria to open its London meeting, held in June 1840. She says she will publicly support the cause, but is unable to open it because of her position. Prince Albert instead volunteers to give an address against slavery, a subject he feels strongly about. His speech is considered a great success for him.
Photo by: @gareth_gatrell_film_stills .
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I love so much this photo of Tom Hughes as Prince Albert and David Oakes as Prince Ernest.

Poster: mayall's Prince Albert Consort to Queen Victoria, 61x46cm.

Great to see the horse on the gallop today! #horseracing #princeconsort

New still of Prince Albert for Christmas Special. By: @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

Prince Albert with the children in the DVD cover of the Christmas special called “Confort and Joy”. Photo by: @gareth_gatrell_film_stills

Prince Albert didn’t like to see King Leopold in these scene.

Prince Albert (design for a mosaic in the Victoria and Albert Museum)
Godfrey Sykes - Date unknown
Source: the-athenaeum.org

Nicola Christie, head of paintings conservation at the Royal Collection Trust, said the reattribution showed Queen Victoria was “absolutely” right all along in her artistic judgment. “We’re all very excited,” she said. “It’s an absolute thrill. Its status is immediately raised.” Portrait of a Lady and her Son, c.1510–40 is now on display alongside other works by Cranach and his workshop in the King's Dressing Room at Windsor Castle. Photo: The portrait now hangs in the King's Dressing Room
Text by: Hannah Furness The Telegraph

The Prince, who was German-born, was known to be fond of Cranach’s work, with 12 paintings from the master’s workshop entering the Royal Collection as a result. The double portrait shows an unidentified consort of a Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire and her son, dressed in their finery with clasped together. Despite Queen Victoria’s conviction, by the early 20th century, the Royal Collection considered the painting to be the work of Franz Wolfgang Rohrich, a prolific imitator of Cranach who produced dozens of copies to sell to European collections under the guise of originals. Finding no evidence of an original portrait by Cranach for Rohrich would have copied, curators reluctantly concluded the Lady and her Son must have been an invention of the latter. In recent years, having agreed to lend the painting to a major exhibition in Dusseldorf in Spring 2017, conservators and curators began the process of examining it with all the benefits of modern technology. In collaboration with TH Köln, the University of Applied Sciences, Cologne, infrared reflectography was used to look beneath the paint surface, revealing “preliminary underdrawing” thought typical of Cranach's work. Further analysis of the pigments, metal leaf and the application of paint confirmed it was made in the 16th century, while an x-ray revealed that a “fibrous material” in the panel. The appearance and distribution of the tiny fibres matched those on other works by Cranach, where DNA tests have shown them to be pigeon tendons. Professor Dr Gunnar Heydenreich, an expert on Lucas Cranach the Elder who reviewed the evidence, has now confirmed that the painting as an original work. Photo: The cleaned and restored Lucas Cranach the Elder portrait CREDIT: JOHN HAMMOND
Text by: Hannah Furness The Telegraph

How pigeon tendons helped prove Queen Victoria's painting is real Old Master by Hannah Furness, ARTS CORRESPONDENT (The Telegraph): As the solving of art mysteries go, it is certainly one of the more unusual clues. But a century-old question over who painted a gift from Queen Victoria to her husband Albert has been solved, thanks in no small part to pigeon tendons. The painting, Portrait of a Lady and her Son, was originally thought by Royal Collection experts to be by Franz Wolfgang Rohrich, merely one of around 40 imitations made in the early 19th century. Re-examination has now shown it to in fact be a work from Lucas Cranach the Elder, German Renaissance master and chief artist of the Reformation. The reattribution, which will see the painting hung in Windsor Castle from today, came about as a result of careful scientific examination, including infrared reflectography, pigment analysis and an x-ray. Among the key clues was the identification of fibrous material used to strengthen the painting’s panel, matched with other Cranach works DNA tested as pigeon tendon. The unexpected material is known to have been used in 16th century glue to strengthen the mixture, counteracting the natural warping and splitting of wood. Curators at the Royal Collection hailed the reattribution as “very exciting”, saying the status of the painting was “immediately raised” by being from Cranach and his workshop. One of the estimated 40 versions of Portrait of a Lady and her Son by Rohrich fetched a sum of £25,000 at auction in 2014. A Cranach painting, by contrast can fetch up to £9.3million, with 15 of his works selling for over £1m at auction. Remarkably, the reanalysis proves the instincts of Queen Victoria right: she had purchased the painting for Prince Albert as a Christmas present in 1840. Photo: Royal Collection Trust staff install Portrait of a Lady and her Son CREDIT: TODD-WHITE ART PHOTOGRAPHY/BEN FITZPATRICK

Queen Magrethe II and her consort, Prince Henrik Of Denmark
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Prince Albert, the Prince Consort (1819-61), 1850, Osborne
Oil on canvas, 91.4 x 64.5 cm
Signed and dated lower left: Fr Winterhalter / Osborne 1850. Inscribed on the back with the names of the artist and sitter (aged thirty) and the date, June 1850
HM Queen Elizabeth II
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Source: https://franzxaverwinterhalter.wordpress.com/franz-xaver-winterhalter-works-1846-1850/
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When Albert was young, his mother wrote that the two had a “special connection”. Albert was a very emotional child and spent a lot of time with his uncle. After watching the two, his mother also wrote “Albert adores his Uncle Leopold, and doesn’t leave him for a moment, he looks at him lovingly, kisses him all the time and is only happy when he is near him”. As briefly mentioned in the show, there’s also some rumours of Leopold being Alberts real father, but it’s a far fetched theory that many historians dislike. -
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One of my favorite photo of Prince Albert. This portrait of Prince Albert was taken in May 1854 by Duppa. In July of the same year, Queen Victoria commissioned him to take a photograph of her, as a surprise for her husband. In her portrait, the Queen is seen holding a framed copy of this photograph. A number of the Victorian photographs in the Photograph Collection were re-photographed, or sometimes reprinted from the original negative, presumably to guard against fading, after the discovery of the permanent carbon process in the 1860s. Much of this work, as in this case, was undertaken by the firm of Hughes & Mullins, of Ryde in the Isle of Wight. In some cases, the original photographs are preserved underneath the carbon prints.
May 1854. 1889 copy after an original of May 1854. Printed in carbon in 1889 | 20.2 x 16.0 cm (image) | RCIN 2906522. Photographer: After Bryan Edward Duppa (1832-66). Source: Royal Collection Trust
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Drowning sorrows or creating them... YOU decided... Remember they are called spirits for a reason, I'll say no more... and I feel 😧😡😈😬😠 Not gonna post bullshit on here, showing my fake amazing life because I don't want to insult anyone's intelligence for likes and follows... Rant Over!

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Albert with Princess Victoria and Eos, c. 1843. From Osborne House, Isle of Wight. Osborne House on the Isle of Wight was built for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert and completed in 1851.
Source: Wikipedia and Getty Images
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Why are we running away? Victoria and Albert, episode 5 "An Ordinary Woman" .
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Credits: Tumblr and Pinterest (Fiona Creedon)
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I deleted this profile but decided to reactivate it. Yesterday and today, I had the idea of ​​definitively excluding, but Albert is very important to me. He has been with me since 2012 and my love for him has been growing slowly. Even with the profile @victoria.and.albert, I feel this is a good tribute to him. I hope to get the active profile.
Prince Albert with his dog Eos, at Windsor Castle, c. 1840-43 By: Edwin Landseer
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Prince Albert in the hut of the Scottish peasants. Episode “The King Over the Water” 😍 I love this episode. ❤️
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A chromolithograph of Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria, published in London, circa 1880. Photo by: Popperfoto/Getty Images
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