Queen Mary (1867–1953)

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Queen Mary opened the nurses’ home, Riddell House, at St Thomas's Hospital in 1937 leading Lady Riddell to commission Margaret Lindsay Williams to paint a portrait of Queen Mary to hang in the home. The painting was displayed at the Royal Academy in 1938.

St Thomas' Hospital, Guy's & St Thomas' Foundation



Queen Mary (1867–1953)




oil on canvas


H 98 x W 68 cm

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Acquisition method

presented by Lady Riddell to hang in Riddell House, St Thomas's Hospital, 1938

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Signature/marks description

signed and dated: 'Margaret Lindsay Williams 1938'


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