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Victoria commissioned works that memorialised her beloved husband

Jane and Margaret Davison (active 1870)

Statue of Albert, Prince Consort, from his cenotaph: Albert Memorial Chapel, Windsor 1874

Carbon print | 7.8 x 23.5 cm (image) | RCIN 2101210

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Photograph of the recumbent statue of Albert, Prince Consort, dressed in armour and sheathing his sword, with his favourite dog, Eos, at his feet.

The photograph is presented on a page with a different view of the statue. The photographs are accompanied by a caption: 'STATUE OF THE PRINCE CONSORT; THESE photographs represent the two side of the beautiful recumbent statue of the Prince Consort, which crowns the Cenotaph.'
  • Creator(s)

    Jane and Margaret Davison (active 1870) (photographer)

    Prince Albert, Prince Consort (1819-61)
    Henri Joseph Fran├žois, Baron de Triqueti (1804-74)
  • 7.8 x 23.5 cm (image)

  • Statue of the Prince Consort. [The Triqueti Marbles in the Albert Memorial Chapel, Windsor]

  • Acquired by Queen Victoria by 1876

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