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Pietro Annigoni's portraits of Queen Elizabeth II

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Pietro Annigoni (1961)

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Princess Margaret's Controversial Portrait By Pietro Annigoni (1957) | Vintage Fashions

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The 5 Different Portraits of QUEEN ELIZABETH II on Coins 1953-2020

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Pietro Annigoni completed a number of portraits of Queen Elizabeth II between 1954 and 1972. In 1955 he painted her for the Worshipful Company of Fishmongers and in 1969 for the National Portrait Gallery. The two portraits were united for the National Portrait Gallery's exhibition; The Queen: Art and Image, held to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in 2012. In 1972, Annigoni completed a circular drawing of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh to mark their silver wedding anniversary.
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  • Facts 

  • 1955 portrait: ''Queen Regent'' 

  • 1969 portrait: ''Her Majesty in Robes of the British Empire'' 

  • 1972 drawing of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh