“Playing with Pictures: The Art of Victorian Photocollage” is an exhibit of artwork in album collections, created primarily by aristocratic Victorian women, that mixes photography with watercolor painting. Alexandra, the princess of Wales, took a keen interest in photography – posing for, collecting, and making her own images. Here, members of the royal family are featured, framed by an intricate decorative design. Alexandra, Princess of Wales
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