It is very rare to see Queen Elizabeth dwarfed in a portrait but today her new painting unveiled in Edinburgh to mark her 90th birthday. The Queen was shown the artwork by the artist herself. Nicky Philipps the artist showed great performance by royalty painting and this is nothing new for her.
Nicky Philipps has been also marked as commission by the National Portrait Gallery in London to paint Princes William and Harry while her paintings of Queen Elizabeth marking first class stamp for the diamond Jubilee. This portrait has been displayed on permanent basis in the Throne Room at Buckingham Palace.
Latest portrait of Queen was produced at Windsor Castle earlier this year in 2016 that is her main residence where she spends increasingly less time in London.
The artist said: “It was a tremendous perquisite to paint this portrait for the Royal Family and I very much hope the Archers feel it is a worthy representation of our Queen.”
Company secretary Lieutenant Colonel Richard Colander said in a statement that “There has been a long association with each monarch since the establishment of the Royal Company and it is a great honor to have a portrait of Her Majesty to mark her 90th birthday.”