Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II, by Dorothy Wilding, 1952, © William Hustler and Georgina Hustler. National Portrait Gallery, London
Her Majesty the Queen Elizabeth II, painted in 1954 by Sir William Dargie. Portrait of the Queen from the Parliament House Art Collection.
The painting, ‘The Coronation Theatre, Westminster Abbey: A Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’, is the latest portrait to be commissioned by the Queen and depicts her in the Sacrarium of London's famous abbey. Queen Elizabeth is pictured wearing a State Dress beneath the crimson velvet Robe of State, which she wore to her Coronation in June 1953, and which she has worn to the State Opening of Parliament each year for the last 60 years. Her diamond necklace and earrings were made for Queen Victoria who wore them for her own coronation. The monarch stands at the centre circle of the Cosmati pavement, on the exact spot where she was crowned.
E. Costin - Portrait Of Queen Elizabeth II
A portray of Queen Elizabeth II by Lucian Freud in 2001
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper stands with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II as she unveils a portrait of herself in the White Drawing Room at Buckingham Palace in London on June 6, 2012.
Portrait of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II by artist Darren Baker
This portrait of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, by artist Jemma Phipps
A portrait of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, painted by Australian artist Rolf Harris, is unveiled inside the Queen`s Gallery at Buckingham Palace in London, 19 December 2005.
Queen Elizabeth reacts after viewing a specially commissioned portrait of herself in 'The Queen's Room' during her tour of Cunard's new cruise ship the 'Queen Elizabeth' in Southampton, southern England on October 11, 2010.
Rupert Alexander's portrait of HM The Queen was unveiled in 2010
Blue Queen, portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II