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Young Victoria’s Watercolours and Diaries showing delight in the Arts Karin Fernald Wednesday 09 October 2019

Throughout her life Queen Victoria painted and sketched. There are delightful watercolours and sketches of the people around her, together with revealing self-portraits. With slides from the Royal Collection at Windsor of Victoria’s watercolours and sketches, together with paintings, portraits and cartoons of the early 19th century.

Karin Fernald is an actor, writer and speaker. She has appeared at festivals in England and on tour in Japan, Australia, Europe and at the University of Cape Town Summer School.