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- • • PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST An Exhibition from the Royal Collection • Self-portrait by Sir Edwin Landseer, Connoisseurs: ‘Portrait of the Artist with Two Dogs’ • “Portrait of the Artist: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection presents a remarkable group of more than ninety paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture highlighting both the enormous richness of the Royal Collection and the complex and deep relationship that the British monarchy has had with artists for the last three and half centuries.” • “Since the Renaissance, artists have claimed an increasingly central role in visual culture and emerged as individual and identifiable entities. The Royal Collection includes a large group of images of artists–both portraits and self-portraits–that offer keen insights into how artists see themselves and their position in society.” • “Beginning with King Charles I, one of Europe’s greatest art collectors, succeeding British monarchs employed and collected the work of artists, both British and European. The growing respect for artists as creators led to the collecting of artist’s self-portraits and images of artists both at work and playing roles.” • #VancouverArtGallery #Royal_Collection_Trust •
- • • PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST An Exhibition from the Royal Collection • Self-portrait by Sir Edwin Landseer, Connoisseurs: ‘Portrait of the Artist with Two Dogs’ • “Portrait of the Artist: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection presents a remarkable group of more than ninety paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture highlighting both the enormous richness of the Royal Collection and the complex and deep relationship that the British monarchy has had with artists for the last three and half centuries.” • “Since the Renaissance, artists have claimed an increasingly central role in visual culture and emerged as individual and identifiable entities. The Royal Collection includes a large group of images of artists–both portraits and self-portraits–that offer keen insights into how artists see themselves and their position in society.” • “Beginning with King Charles I, one of Europe’s greatest art collectors, succeeding British monarchs employed and collected the work of artists, both British and European. The growing respect for artists as creators led to the collecting of artist’s self-portraits and images of artists both at work and playing roles.” • #VancouverArtGallery #Royal_Collection_Trust •
- • • PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST An Exhibition from the Royal Collection • Self-portrait by Sir Edwin Landseer, Connoisseurs: ‘Portrait of the Artist with Two Dogs’ • “Portrait of the Artist: An Exhibition from the Royal Collection presents a remarkable group of more than ninety paintings, drawings, prints, photographs and sculpture highlighting both the enormous richness of the Royal Collection and the complex and deep relationship that the British monarchy has had with artists for the last three and half centuries.” • “Since the Renaissance, artists have claimed an increasingly central role in visual culture and emerged as individual and identifiable entities. The Royal Collection includes a large group of images of artists–both portraits and self-portraits–that offer keen insights into how artists see themselves and their position in society.” • “Beginning with King Charles I, one of Europe’s greatest art collectors, succeeding British monarchs employed and collected the work of artists, both British and European. The growing respect for artists as creators led to the collecting of artist’s self-portraits and images of artists both at work and playing roles.” • #VancouverArtGallery #Royal_Collection_Trust •

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