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Queen Alexandra (1844-1925), Queen of Edward VII

Sitter associated with 437 portraits
Artist associated with 10 portraits
Born in Copenhagen, the eldest daughter of King Christian IX of Denmark She married Edward VII in 1863 when he was Prince of Wales. She was renowned for her beauty and lived a glamorous and lavish lifestyle with Edward. On the death of Victoria she became Queen consort of Edward VII. Her charity work and the loyalty she showed towards her husband despite his mistresses endeared her to her subjects. She became engaged in charity work and founded the Imperial (Royal) Military Nursing Service in 1902, and instituted the annual Alexandra Rose Day in aid of hospitals in 1912.

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Princess Victoria of Wales; Queen Alexandra

by Queen Alexandra
half-tone reproduction, circa 1902
NPG x137368

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Charles William de la Poer Beresford, Baron Beresford

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, 1903-1908, published circa 1908
NPG x197333

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Mark Rundle

by Queen Alexandra
vintage snapshot print, 15 September 1904
NPG Ax137120

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Olav V, King of Norway; Hon. (Elizabeth) Charlotte Knollys; Louisa Jane (née Grey), Countess of Antrim

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, published circa 1908 (1905)
NPG x197334

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King George V; Prince Edward, Duke of Windsor (King Edward VIII); King George VI; King Edward VII

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, August 1905, published circa 1908
NPG x197336

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Princess Victoria of Wales; Olav V, King of Norway

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, 1905, published circa 1908
NPG x197338

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Sir (Archibald) Berkeley Milne, 2nd Bt

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, published circa 1908 (1907)
NPG x197337

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Princess Victoria of Wales

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, published circa 1908
NPG x197335

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John Fielden Brocklehurst, 1st Baron Ranksborough

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, published circa 1908
NPG x197339

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Group on board HMY Victoria and Albert, Copenhagen

by Queen Alexandra, published by A.V.N. Jones & Co
halftone postcard print, published circa 1908
NPG x197340

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