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An historic collaboration sees a significant collection of artworks from Woburn Abbey come to the Queen’s House.
Featuring works by Van Dyck, Reynolds, Gainsborough and Canaletto, this is the first time in over 70 years that pieces from Woburn's world famous private collection have been on public display in a national museum.
The artworks hang alongside significant works from the renowned national collection of Royal Museums Greenwich.
The Queen's House Art Gallery has reopened. Book your free gallery entry now to visit Woburn Treasures.
Anne of Denmark, consort of James I, by Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, c.1610-13. From the Woburn Abbey Collection.
Generously supported by The Deborah Loeb Brice Foundation
Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire is the home of the Duke and Duchess of Bedford. Originally founded as a Cistercian Abbey, it was given to the 1st Earl of Bedford by Henry VIII and has remained the seat of the Russell family and Dukes of Bedford ever since.
Main image: Regatta on the Grand Canal by Canaletto. From the Woburn Abbey Collection.
Bags at the Queen’s House: Please note that due to the delicate nature of some of the displays, visitors are not permitted to wear backpacks or carry large bags while in the galleries.
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