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Selection and text by Laura Godfrey, Guildhall Art Gallery volunteer


Join us as we take a brief look at five eclectic artworks from the Guildhall Art Gallery collection with a Christmas connection...

5 artworks
Queen Charlotte (1744–1818), Queen Consort of George III
Photo credit: City of London Corporation

Queen Charlotte (1744–1818), Queen Consort of George III c.1762–1764

Allan Ramsay (1713–1784)

Oil on canvas

H 246 x W 163 cm

City of London Corporation

Still Life with Yellow Fish
© by permission of the copyright holder. Photo credit: City of London Corporation

Still Life with Yellow Fish c.1952–1955

Matthew Arnold Bracy Smith (1879–1959)

Oil on canvas

H 152 x W 114 cm

City of London Corporation

Still Life with Blue Fish
© by permission of the copyright holder. Photo credit: City of London Corporation

Still Life with Blue Fish c.1952–1955

Matthew Arnold Bracy Smith (1879–1959)

Oil on canvas

H 152 x W 111 cm

City of London Corporation

Winter
Photo credit: City of London Corporation

Winter c.1876

Alfred Emile Léopold Joseph Victor Stevens (1823–1906)

Oil on canvas

H 76 x W 25 cm

City of London Corporation

The Cat in Whittington Gardens, London
© the artist's estate. Photo credit: City of London Corporation

The Cat in Whittington Gardens, London 1965

Nigella Bittleston (1921–2006)

Oil on canvas

H 36 x W 47 cm

City of London Corporation

Gertrude_Lawrence_Noel_Coward_PL_at_piano_Vandamm_jpg
©  Courtesy of Billy Rose Theatre Division, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts.. Photo credit: Photo by Vandamm Studio.

Gertrude Lawrence and Noël Coward in Private Lives, 1931 - Times Square Theatre, New York.