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The Queen’s Royal Curator to visit Havering Museum

PUBLISHED: 10:08 11 June 2012 | UPDATED: 12:40 12 June 2012

The Queen's Royal Curator will be visiting Havering Museum later this month to talk about the changing faces of Royal portraits
This is one Royal Portrait that was taken of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their family

The Queen's Royal Curator will be visiting Havering Museum later this month to talk about the changing faces of Royal portraits This is one Royal Portrait that was taken of Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their family

The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee weekend might be over, but Havering Museum is continuing the celebrations with a special visit from the Queen’s Royal Curator.

Jennifer Scott will be stopping off at the museum in High Street, Romford on Friday June 29 at 6pm.

Art lovers will be able to discover the changing roles and expectations of royal portraiture from, King Richard II to Queen Elizabeth II present day portraits and see the magnificent images.

Jennifer’s talk brings life to these portraits and her visit has been arranged to complement the museum’s Royal in Havering exhibition, which runs until 23 June 2012.

Tickets are £5 from 01708 766571 or e-mail hmmarketing@btconnect.com.

All tickets must be paid for two weeks before the event.

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