The Duchess of Cambridge visited London’s National Portrait Gallery to unveil their newest exhibition, Victorian Giants.
The exhibition features, “four ground-breaking Victorian artists: Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–79), Lewis Carroll (1832–98), Lady Clementina Hawarden (1822–65) and Oscar Rejlander (1813–75). Drawn from public and private collections internationally, the exhibition features some of the most breath-taking images in photographic history.” (via npg.org.uk)
The Duchess wrote her final paper at the University of St. Andrews on Lewis Carroll’s iconic artwork, so this is an exhibition of extreme interest to her. Kate has even written personal captions for some of the pieces, and written a foreword for the catalogue.
Dress: Orla Kiely “Margaret” dress
Clutch: Jimmy Choo “Celeste” clutch
Earrings: Kiki McDonough
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