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Still life

This work was created in 1951 during the last years of Frida Kahlo's life. Kahlo said she did many still life paintings because they were easier to create due her health challenges.


Frida Kahlo is known for her many self-portraits with animals, but in this painting the parrot stands alone among the fruit.

Mexican flag

Kahlo has become one of Mexico's most well-known artists. She often makes references to her home country within her paintings, such as with this Mexican flag.


Many of Frida Kahlo's artworks feature fruit, including famous paintings like 'Viva la vida', 'Still Life with Watermelons', and more.

Still Life with Parrot and Flag, Frida Kahlo, 1951

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The red feathered hat

This tapestry represents Louis XIV’s visit to the Gobelins' manufacture. The king is easily recognisable by his red feathered hat.


Here we can see people carrying the silverware created for Louis XIV by the goldsmiths of Les Gobelins and the Louvre.


This richly decorated vase may be the great dragon vase, delivered by the goldsmith Alexis Loir in 1683.

Duke of Orleans

Louis XIV is standing next to his brother Philippe, Duke of Orleans. But who is that peeking through?

The King’s Visit to the Gobelins, Charles Le Brun, 1673/1679

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Throughout the years, additions to the Royal Collection were made by Frederick, Prince of Wales, George III, George IV, Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, and Queen Mary, consort of King George V.

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