Splendours Of The Subcontinent will showcase four centuries of South Asian paintings and manuscripts from the Royal Collection.
Highlights include some natural history paintings from Kashmir to Kerala, some illuminated Mughal manuscripts, and some vivid depictions of Hindu gods.
Craig’s review of Queen’s Gallery – “The Queen certainly does have a lot of nice knick-knacks. She's got so many of them, in fact, that she's run out of room to show them in her palaces -- she's had to open up a whole extra art gallery next-door to Buckingham Palace. The first thing you need to know about the Queen's Gallery is that it has an annoying habit of selling you a timed ticket during busy peri… continued”
Russia: Royalty & The Romanovs – 9 Nov 2018 to 28 Apr 2019 – The 'Royalty & The Romanovs' exhibition will explore some of the events and works of art that passed between British and Russian Royal families.
Shadows of War — Fenton’s Photos of the Crimea – 9 Nov 2018 to 28 Apr 2019 – The 'Shadows of War' exhibition at the Queen's Gallery reveals the futility of war through Roger Fenton's photographs of the Crimean War.
Drop-in Drawing at the National Portrait Gallery – Every Fri – Enjoy a free drop-in drawing session at the National Portrait Gallery, amongst some of the gallery's great works of art.
All To Human: A Century Of Painting Life – 28 Feb to 27 Aug 2018 – 'All To Human: A Century Of Painting Life' will include works by the likes of Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon.
Picasso 1932 — Love, Fame, Tragedy – 8 Mar to 9 Sep 2018 – 'Love, Fame, Tragedy' will focus on just one year of Picasso's extraordinary career -- the so-called 'Year of Wonders' in 1932.
Into The Light: Photography & Abstract Art – 3 May to 16 Sep 2018 – 'Into The Light' will explore how photographers helped to develop abstract art alongside famous painters like Jackson Pollock.
Aftermath — Art In The Wake Of World War I – 5 Jun to 16 Sep 2018 – Tate Britain's 'Aftermath' exhibition will explore how British, German and French artists responded at the end of World War I.
If you enjoy Queen’s Gallery then you might like to visit Buckingham Palace (you can walk it in less than 2 mins), Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace (catch the train from St James’s Park to Kensington Palace), Royal Mews (you can walk it in less than 3 mins) and Windsor Castle
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans