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Prince Albert (1819 -1861) by Alexander Melville (c.1823-1892), after Franz Xavier Winterhalter (1805-1873). | Burghley Collections

Prince Albert (1819 -1861) by Alexander Melville (c.1823-1892), after Franz Xavier Winterhalter (1805-1873).

"Prince Albert (1842)" by Franz Xaver Winterhalter

Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-73) - Prince Albert (1819-61)

This official portrait along with its pendant depicting Queen Victoria (RCIN 401413) were the first to be commissioned by the Queen and Prince Albert from the German artist Franx Xaver Winterhalter, who would become their favoured contemporary painter and would produce over one hundred works in oil for his royal patrons between 1842 and 1871. Winterhalter was recommended to the Queen by Queen Louise of the Belgians, wife of her uncle Leopold, who described the artist in a letter to Queen…

Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Lithograph by Charles Baugniet, 1851.

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Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. Lithograph by Charles Baugniet, 1851.

Prince Albert, 1854.

Roger Fenton (1819-69) - The Prince; Prince Albert (1819-61)

Photograph of a half length portrait of Prince Albert (1819-61) seated, facing three-quarters to the left. He gazes ahead, away from the camera and poses with his arms folded and his left leg crossed over his right. He wears a dark colour jacket, light colour shirt, dark colour bowtie, tweed trousers and a ring on his left hand. He poses in front of a sheet serving as a backdrop.

Prins Albert, 1858

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Prince Albert consort of the Queen Victoria of England 1850

Prince Albert consort of the Queen Victoria of England 1850

Prince Albert (1819-1861) 1842 | Royal Collection Trust Daguerreotype which was created as a half length portrait of Prince Albert looking slightly to the left. The image has now faded to the extent that only a mirrored surface can be seen. The daguerreotype is mounted in a dark brown leather case with a red velvet interior. 'P. A. Feb 1842' is embossed on the lid in gold lettering and 'Beard Patented'

William Constable (1783-1861) - Prince Albert (1819-1861)

Daguerreotype, showing a head-and-shoulders portrait of Prince Albert looking slightly to the left. The image has now faded considerably. The daguerreotype is mounted in a dark brown leather case with a red velvet interior. P. A. Feb 1842 is embossed on the lid in gold lettering and Beard Patented is stamped beneath the daguerreotype.This is the first known photograph to have survived of a member of the British royal family. Prince Albert visited William Constables studio in Brighton, while…

Engraving of the Prince Albert consort of England

Engraving of the Prince Albert consort of England

Portrait of the Prince Albert consort of England in the medieval armor

Portrait of the Prince Albert consort of England in the medieval armor