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The Royal Collection at Kensington Palace

The regular displays at Kensington Palace are rich with works from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, reflecting the Palace's role as the home of William and Mary during this period.  The King's Gallery contains a number of Italian artworks, including the Four Season series of sculptures by Camillo Rusconi, a rare example of Roman Baroque sculpture within the Royal Collection. 

A series of rooms explores the childhood of Queen Victoria at the Kensington Palace, and includes a number of pieces from the Royal Collection, including a cradle and dolls' house, as well as a book of her sketches.

Rooms and locations with objects on display

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