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The Royal Collection at Kew Palace

Many of the pieces from the Royal Collection on display at Kew Palace reflect the Hanovarian origins of the Palace, with portraits of numerous monarchs and members of their families by Reynolds, Gainsborough and Morier, amongst others.  There are also a number of views of Kew, including several by Johan Jacob Schalch commissioned by Augusta, Princess of Wales, in 1759.

The Queen's Boudoir is lined with a number of Dutch paintings by Isaac van Ostaade, William van de Velde the Younger and David Teniers the Younger, which were acquired by members of the Georgian Royal family.

Rooms and locations with objects on display

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