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From the romantic landscapes of Caledonia to exotic scenes from the Continent, a new exhibition at The Queen’s Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse is the first dedicated to Scottish art in the Royal Collection. Bringing together over 80 works, including paintings and drawings by the celebrated artists Allan Ramsay and Sir David Wilkie, Scottish Artists 1750–1900: From Caledonia to the Continent tells the story of royal patronage and of the emergence of a distinctive Scottish school of art. ... Read more about Scottish Artists 1750 – 1900: From Caledonia to the Continent
An official range of chinaware has been produced by Royal Collection Trust to celebrate the birth of HRH Princess Charlotte of Cambridge. The designs show the lion and unicorn from the Royal Arms, in the style of figures from a carousel, as well as the coronet of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and a pattern of oak leaves from the Middleton family’s coat of arms. Each piece bears the words 'Celebrating our new royal baby', and the star and tassel motifs previously seen on the china to celebrate HRH Prince George of Cambridge's birth. ... Read more about Official commemorative royal baby china