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15 the most famous painting of HM Queen Elizabeth II

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-serving British monarch. During her reign of more than 70 years, she has been painted by thousands of artists.


The Queen has over 1,000 portraits. From realist to pop art, abstracts, and even caricatures, the Queen’s portraits are part of the history of her reign.


Here are 15 of the most famous paintings of Queen Elizabeth II.


Elizabeth Peyton, Queen Elizabeth Aged 16 (after Benton) (1996).

Courtesy of Christie’s Images, Ltd.



William Dargie, Queen Elizabeth II (1954).

Photo: National Museum Australia.



Andy Warhol, Queen Elizabeth (unique) (1985).

Courtesy of Adamar Fine Arts.



HM Queen Elizabeth II in the famous painting by Annigoni commissioned in 1955.

Credit: CAMERA PRESS/Annigoni



John Wonnacott, The Royal Family: A Centenary Portrait (2000).

Photo: © John Wonnacott/National Portrait Gallery, London.



Queen Elizabeth II, 2000-01 (oil on canvas) by Lucian Freud, Lucian (1922-2011). Credit: Royal Collection Trust via Bridgeman Images. © Queen Elizabeth II, 2000-01 (oil on canvas) by Lucian Freud, Lucian (1922-2011). Credit: Royal Collection Trust via Bridgeman Images. © The Lucian Freud Archive



Isobel Peachey, Queen Elizabeth II (2010).



Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with one of her beloved Welsh Corgis

by Michael Leonard at the National Portrait Gallery, London.

Credit: Alamy



Susan Crawford’s ‘Her Majesty the Queen on Worcran’.

Credit: Royal Collection Trust/All Rights Reserved



A portrait of The Queen by artist Andrew Festing for the Royal Hospital In Chelsea.

Photo: Tim Graham Photo Library via Getty Images.



Dan Llywelyn Hall, Queen Elizabeth II (2013).Photo: Dan Llewelyn Hall.



Nicky Philipps’ Her Majesty The Queen, 2018. Credit: Nicky Philipps



Chinwe Chukwuogo-Roy’s Golden Jubilee Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, 2002.

Photo by Nils Jorgensen/Shutterstock



Queen Elizabeth II PORTRAIT BY Alastair Barford Photo: Alastair Barford.



Pietro Annigoni, Queen Elizabeth II (1969). Courtesy of the National Portrait Gallery.


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