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Buckingham Palace Picture Gallery

The works that feature in Masterpieces from Buckingham Palace usually hang in the Picture Gallery, one of the State Rooms at the Palace. This space was completed for George IV in the 1820s, and has displayed Old Master paintings ever since.

Reservicing of Buckingham Palace

The exhibition has been made possible by the removal of the paintings from the Picture Gallery, one of the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, to prepare for the next phase of the Reservicing Programme, a major ten-year project to ensure the Palace is fit for the future as an official residence of the Sovereign and a national asset for generations to come.

Find out more about the Buckingham Palace Reservicing Programme on the Royal Family’s website.

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