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'Victoria and Albert: Art & Love' - new exhibition includes photographs from Prince Albert's collection

A selection of photographs from the collection of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, taken between 1848 and 1860, will be on display from Friday 19 March at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, London. Works by Roger Fenton, J.J.E. Mayall, Richard Beard, T. Brunell, Leonida Caldesi, Oscar Mallitte, Comte de Montizon and Gustave Le Gray are included.

The exhibition, which also includes oil paintings, watercolours, decorative arts, jewels and textiles, examines the art collected, acquired and/or commissioned by Victoria and Albert during their marriage which was cut short by Prince Albert's sudden death in December 1861.

The exhibition is open until 31 October 2010.

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