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Frederiksborg Castle, with the Danish Museum of National History and the National Portrait Gallery inside, commemorates the demise of the Crown with an exhibition of the museum’s portraits of Her Majesty Queen Margrethe. See Andy Warhol’s iconic glitter-adorned silk screen portrait print of Her Majesty, official portraits such as Danish photographer Rigmor Mydtskov’s photographic portrait from 1972, as well as a wide range of photographs, paintings, and drawings created between 1940 and 2022. In gala at her beloved Fredensborg Palace, in gray weather on the beach. Introverted, dreamy, and creatively expressive. The young heir and Princess Margrethe. Her Majesty in different stages of life and situations.
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Press release and photos. All must be credited with provided title + Frederiksborg ∙ Museum of National History. Photos must only be used in connection with the exhibition ‘Images of a Queen’. No storage of images for future use allowed.
Note that the generations portrait Three generations as well as Prince Henrik. Three stages of life are not in the exhibition but located in the Great Hall at Frederiksborg Castle.
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