|Published||Pub as the Act direct by P & P Gally, 50 Exmouth St. Spa Fields. Sept 10. 1838|
|Dimensions||Image 320 x 240 mm, Plate 350 x 250 mm, Sheet 362 x 260 mm|
A full length, naive, portrait of Queen Victoria. Victoria is depicted standing and facing slightly to the right. Her left hand is resting upon a chest which has a crown on top, resting on a velvet cushion. Victoria is dressed in full State coronation robes, including fur-lined mantle, sash, collar of the Order of the Garter and Diamond Diadem. The gown is cut at the ankle with her slender feet visible beneath. Behind Victoria to the left is a large throne, topped with a crown, and to her right is a view of Windsor Castle.
P & P Gally were British publishers active from c.1798 - c.1840's. They are most known for their popular prints.
O'Donoghue 25, 281
Condition: Trimmed to plate mark on bottom margin, small loss to top left margin, professionally repaired tears to left margin, toning to sheet. Two small scratched to dress.