‘The Queen’s Paintings’ – Buckingham Palace TV special presented by James Nicholls,
Art Critic for London Live TV & MD for Maddox Gallery
Friday 24th August 7pm – 7:30pm
Art critic and presenter James Nicholls hosts a special documentary called ‘The Queen’s Paintings’ on London GO, London Live’s flagship entertainment programme. The prime-time, half hour television special sees James Nicholls, London Live’s Art Critic and the Chairman of Maddox Gallery, visit the world-famous Picture Gallery at Buckingham Palace. Here, he discuss the paintings with Louise Cooling, Curator of The Royal Collection Trust, revealing many historical facts associated with the prized works.
London Live was given a special tour of the spectacular royal collection housed at Buckingham Palace, which includes some of the world’s most important and well-known historical masterpieces such as rare works by Vemeer (1632-1675), Titian (1488-1576), Rubens (1577-1640), Rembrandt (1606-1669) and Van Dyck (1599-1641).
“We were delighted to visit the Palace’s Picture Gallery and The Royal Collection Trust and introduce London Live audiences to these spectacular works and the stories behind them,” comments James Nicholls. “It is such a significant and important collection and Curator, Louise Cooling, shared such a diverse and interesting historical context to the works in the programme. Viewers will find the programme captivating viewing.”
We extend our sincere appreciation to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
and The Royal Collection Trust.
‘The Queen’s Paintings’ – A London Live TV special
Friday 24th August 7-7.30pm
Buckingham Palace opens its doors to the public every summer and visitors can visit now until 30 September.