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Photographing Royalty: Rory Lewis on Edward, Duke of Kent

For centuries, the royal story has been told through portraits. From the carefully worked likenesses in the earliest manuscripts to the famous paintings that created the concept of king and queen through to the modern age when image is caught on camera, the regal tale relies heavily on visuals. In recent weeks, a new portrait of the Duke of Kent has been taken. It’s the work of top photographer…
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The Queen, Eighty Years a Subject

<![CDATA[ When a new portrait of the Queen is unveiled it joins a catalogue of work that began in 1933 when the seven year old Princess Elizabeth sat for Philip Alexius de László, who had been commissioned by her mother, the then Duchess of York to paint the first…