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Loans from the Royal Collection

Current loans to exhibitions from the Royal Collection

Painting being  moved by art handlers

Every year hundreds of objects, including paintings, drawings and decorative arts, are generously lent by Her Majesty The Queen from the Royal Collection to institutions across the UK and abroad. The loans programme, administered by Royal Collection Trust, enables new audiences to enjoy works of art from the Royal Collection, as well as helping us to increase our understanding of these works. Find out more about current loans from the Royal Collection here.

Loan requests must be submitted in writing at least one year in advance of the opening date of the exhibition.

Tate Britain, London

Works on loan until April to an exhibition exploring the Baroque style

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter

By Royal Appointment

Works on loan until May to an exhibition celebrating the Devon lace industry

Scuderie del Quirinale, Rome

Raffaello

Seventeen drawings on loan until June

National Portrait Gallery, Washington

John Singer Sargent: Portraits in Charcoal

Portrait by Sargent on loan until May

National Gallery, London

Nicolas Maes: Dutch Master of the Golden Age

Painting by Maes on loan until May

Deutsches Historisches Museum, Berlin

Wilhelm and Alexander von Humboldt

Portrait of Wilhelm von Humboldt on loan until April

Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza

Rembrandt and Amsterdam portraiture, 1590-1670

Two portrait paintings on loan until May

Foundling Museum, London

Portraying Pregnancy

Two works on loan until April exploring pregnancy through portraiture

Garden Museum, London

Play, Protest and Pelicans: A People’s History of London’s Royal Parks

Painting on loan until February to explore the history of London's royal parks

National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art
King George IV: Royalty, Racing and Reputation
The Kunstpalast, Dusseldorf
Angelica Kauffman
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
Young Rembrandt