Queen Margrethe II unveiled a new portrait to mark her 80th birthday on Tuesday, 16 June 2020, at the Frederiksborg Museum of National History.
Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary accompanied Queen Margrethe to see the new portrait, which coincides with a new exhibition, The Faces of the Queen.
Artist Niels Strøbek created the new portrait of the Queen as a private person under an open starry sky without any royal insignia, surrounded by a simple pearwood frame, adorned with the royal crown.
Niels Strøbek has previously painted four portraits of Queen Margrethe within 45 years.
Queen Margrethe, Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary had a tour of the exhibition after the unveiling.
See the Danish Royal Family’s photo gallery, ‘Opening of the exhibition The Faces of the Queen‘ — http://kongehuset.dk/foto-video/aabning-af-udstillingen-dronningens-ansigter
The Faces of the Queen Exhibition
The Faces of the Queen exhibition portrays Queen Margrethe’s life, work and her special interests to celebrate her 80th Birthday, by showing films, outfits, scenographic elements and many photographic and painted portraits during the past eight decades.
The Faces of the Queen exhibition opens from Wednesday, 17 June, until Thursday, 31 December 2020, in the Great Hall.
Visit Frederiksborg Museum of National History to find out more details about the exhibition, including tickets – https://dnm.dk/en/event/the-faces-of-the-queen/
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