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Portraits of the Queen exhibition at The Lightbox, Woking

PUBLISHED: 08:36 07 December 2012 | UPDATED: 22:28 20 February 2013

Patrick Lichfield, HM The Queen with her dogs on the lawn in front of Balmoral Castle, 1971 © Lichfield/Getty Images

Patrick Lichfield, HM The Queen with her dogs on the lawn in front of Balmoral Castle, 1971 © Lichfield/Getty Images

Opening this winter, a new exhibition at The Lightbox will celebrate the Queen's 60-year reign, seen through the lenses of three of Britain's most influential photographers, Cecil Beaton, Patrick Lichfield and Lord Snowdon.

Opening this winter, a new exhibition at The Lightbox will celebrate the Queens 60-year reign, seen through the lenses of three of Britains most influential photographers, Cecil Beaton, Patrick Lichfield and Lord Snowdon.


The exhibition at the Woking gallery and museum showcases the unique access all three photographers had into the Queens life, which allowed them to capture both formal and informal moments in portraiture.


Portraits of the Queen runs at The Lightboxfrom Thursday December 6 to Sunday February 10.

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