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File:Princess Victoria and Dash by George Hayter.jpg


English: Portrait of Princess Victoria of Kent (later Queen Victoria, Empress of India) with her spaniel Dash. Victoria noted the sittings for the original portrait, between 29 January and 22 March 1833, in her diary. The original was exhibited at the Royal Academy, London, in 1833, and reproduced as a mezzotint and oil copies. See Millar, Oliver (1992) The Victorian Pictures in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0-521-26522-3, pages xv, 97, for details.
Date Original painted 1833. This copy by an unknown artist circa 1866.
Medium oil
Source/Photographer Scanned from Hibbert, Christopher (2000) Queen Victoria: A Personal History, London: HarperCollins, ISBN 0-00-638843-4, and then colour adjusted and repaired for flaws. Original oil portrait in Royal Collection, Belgium. This version is a copy in the British Royal Collection.


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