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Schloss Rosenau: the room used by Princes Ernest and Albert as children

c. 1846

RCIN 920468

In 1845, the royal couple travelled to Coburg to visit Prince Albert’s homeland. Schloss Rosenau, near Coburg, was where Albert spent his childhood. This attic room was the nursery he shared with his elder brother and their tutor. The artist was also an architect and curator of the ducal art collections. 

Commissioned by Queen Victoria for the third Saxe-Coburg-Gotha album

No. 285

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