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The Queen Mother, born Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, was the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and the widow of King George VI

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Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George V, Queen Mary, Prince George, Princess Marina... at Balmoral in 1934, (1951)

King George V, Queen Mary, Prince George, Princess Marina... at Balmoral in 1934, (1951)
King George V, Queen Mary, Prince George, Princess Marina and her parents at Balmoral in 1934, (1951). Group portrait at the royal residence of Balmoral in Scotland

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George V and Queen Mary at their first opening of Parliament, 6 February 1911, (1951)

King George V and Queen Mary at their first opening of Parliament, 6 February 1911, (1951)
Their Majesties King George V and Queen Mary at their first opening of Parliament, 6 February 1911, (1951). George V (1865-1936) and Mary of Teck (1867-1953) of the United Kingdom

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Mary at the Thanksgiving for Victory concert, Royal Albert Hall, 1945, (1951)

Queen Mary at the Thanksgiving for Victory concert, Royal Albert Hall, 1945, (1951). Mary of Teck (1867-1953) at a concert in London to celebrate the end of the Second World War

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: On the Britannia with King George and Sir Charles Cust, c1920, (1951). Creator: Unknown

On the Britannia with King George and Sir Charles Cust, c1920, (1951). Creator: Unknown
On the Britannia with King George and Sir Charles Cust, c1920, (1951). George V (1865-1936) and Mary of Teck (1867-1953) of the United Kingdom on the Royal Yacht Britannia with equerry

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Charlotte in Dressing Room with Prince and Duke in Fancy Dress, c1766, (1948) Creator

Queen Charlotte in Dressing Room with Prince and Duke in Fancy Dress, c1766, (1948) Creator
Queen Charlotte in Her Dressing Room with the Prince of Wales and the Duke of York in Fancy Dress, c1766, (1948). From " English Fashion", by Alison Settle. [Collins, London, 1948]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Ampulla (or Golden Eagle) and the Spoon, 1937. Creator: Unknown

The Ampulla (or Golden Eagle) and the Spoon, 1937. Creator: Unknown
The Ampulla (or Golden Eagle) and the Spoon, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: St. Edwards Crown, 1937. Creator: Unknown

St. Edwards Crown, 1937. Creator: Unknown
St. Edwards Crown, 1937. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Kings Interest in Sport, 1931, (1937). Creator: Unknown

The Kings Interest in Sport, 1931, (1937). Creator: Unknown
The Kings Interest in Sport, c1931, (1937). England v Scotland, 1931. From " The Crowning of The King and Queen". [Evans Brothers Limited, London, 1937]

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Duchess of York and Helen Wills Moody at Wimbledon

Duchess of York and Helen Wills Moody at Wimbledon
Elizabeth, Duchess of York (later Elizabeth, the Queen Mother 1900-2002) and Helen Wills Moody (1905-1998) at the Lawn Tennis Championships at Wimbledon

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Little boys bows very low to the Duchess of York

Little boys bows very low to the Duchess of York
Garden party at St. Jamess Palace in aid of the National Council for Maternity and Child Welfare attended by Elizabeth, Duchess of York (later Elizabeth, the Queen Mother 1900-2002)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Duke and Duchess of York in the Princess little house

Duke and Duchess of York in the Princess little house
" Y Bwthyn Bach" - a Welsh phrase which means " The Little House", inscribed over the door of a model house presented to princess Eizabeth by the people of Wales

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Her Majesty the Queen with the Royal Princesses, c1950. Creator: Lisa Sheridan

Her Majesty the Queen with the Royal Princesses, c1950. Creator: Lisa Sheridan
Her Majesty the Queen with the Royal Princesses, c1950. The future Queen Elizabeth II (born 1926) with her sister Princess Margaret Rose and their mother. Photographed by Studio Lisa (Lisa Sheridan)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: H. R. H. The Duchess of York and Princess Elizabeth, 1928. Creator: Marcus Adams

H. R. H. The Duchess of York and Princess Elizabeth, 1928. Creator: Marcus Adams
H.R.H. The Duchess of York and Princess Elizabeth, 1928. The future Queen Elizabeth II (born 1926) aged about two years old, with her mother the future Queen Mother. [Raphael Tuck & Sons Ltd

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, c1936. Creator: Hay Wrightson

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, c1936. Creator: Hay Wrightson
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, c1936. Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (1900-2002) was the wife of King George VI, and mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: H. R. H. The Duke of York, H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, H. R. H. Prince Henry, H. M. The Queen, H

H. R. H. The Duke of York, H. R. H. The Prince of Wales, H. R. H. Prince Henry, H. M. The Queen, H
H.R.H. The Duke of York, H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, H.R.H. Prince Henry, H.M. The Queen, H.M. The King, H.R.H. Princess Mary, 1921

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Princess of Wales with Prince Edward and Prince Albert, Barton Manor, Isle of Wight, 1909

The Princess of Wales with Prince Edward and Prince Albert, Barton Manor, Isle of Wight, 1909
The Princess of Wales with her sons, Prince Edward and Prince Albert, in front of the Queens Entrance to Barton Manor, Isle of Wight, 1909

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The Duke and Duchess of York aboard HMY Victoria and Albert, 1933

The Duke and Duchess of York aboard HMY Victoria and Albert, 1933. Prince Albert (1895-1952), the future King George VI, and his wife Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon (1900-2002) on board the royal yacht

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Royal coach P_C00427_009

Royal coach P_C00427_009
Coronation Procession for Queen Elizabeth II, 1953. Bridge Street, City of Westminster, Greater London. Members of the armed forces lining Bridge Street as the coronation procession of Queen

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Royal coach P_C00427_006

Royal coach P_C00427_006
Coronation Procession for Queen Elizabeth II, 1953. The Mall, City of Westminster, Greater London. A view in Parliament Square showing crowds watching as the coach carrying Princess Margaret

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Waving her off JLP01_08_069738a

Waving her off JLP01_08_069738a
West Cumberland Hospital, Homewood Road, Homewood, Whitehaven, Copeland, Cumbria. Hospital staff crowd balconies at West Cumberland Hospital to wave off the Queen Mother as she departs in her

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Official opening JLP01_08_069732

Official opening JLP01_08_069732
West Cumberland Hospital, Homewood Road, Homewood, Whitehaven, Copeland, Cumbria. The Queen Mother unveiling a plaque celebrating the official opening of West Cumberland Hospital

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Mother JLP01_08_069730

Queen Mother JLP01_08_069730
West Cumberland Hospital, Homewood Road, Homewood, Whitehaven, Copeland, Cumbria. The Queen Mother and her entourage approaching the entrance to West Cumberland Hospital for its official opening

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Mother JLP01_11_22616_19

Queen Mother JLP01_11_22616_19
Four Limes, Wheathampstead, St. Albans, Hertfordshire. The Queen Mother in conversation with Laing Retirement Homes staff at the opening of the Four Limes retirement complex

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Prince Philip with his father and mother

Prince Philip with his father and mother
Prince Philip of Greece & Denmark (born 1921), later Duke of Edinburgh and consort of Queen Elizabeth II, pictured as a little boy with his father, Prince Andrew of Greece, and his mother

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Balcony scene after Coronation of King George VI

Balcony scene after Coronation of King George VI
Scene on the balcony of Buckingham Palace, London, after the Coronation of King George VI, 12 May 1937. Showing, from left to right, Queen Elizabeth (later the Queen Mother)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and children feeding poultry

Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and children feeding poultry
Queen Victoria, Prince Albert and their children feeding the foreign poultry at the Chinese Summer House, Buckingham Palace Gardens Date: circa 1840s

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Elizabeth, portrait by John St Helier Lander

Queen Elizabeth, portrait by John St Helier Lander. Date: 1937

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Duke and Duchess of York with Baby Princess Elizabeth

Duke and Duchess of York with Baby Princess Elizabeth
The Duke (later King George VI) (1895-1952) and Duchess (later Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother) of York (1900-2002) and their daughter Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary (later Queen Elizabeth II)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Princess Sibylla of Sweden, with daughters

Princess Sibylla of Sweden, with daughters
Princess Sibylla of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (1908-1972) was the great-grandchild of Queen Victoria and mother of King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Alexandra, sitting for George Wade

Queen Alexandra, sitting for George Wade
Queen Alexandra the Queen Mother (1844-1925) sitting for the sculptor George Edward Wade (1853-1933). The finished statue was erected in 1908 at the Royal London Hospital

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King Manoel II of Portugal (1899-1932) and his mother Queen Amelia

King Manoel II of Portugal (1899-1932) and his mother Queen Amelia, leaving the Cathedral in a carriage at Gibraltar. Outdoor reportage photograph with carriage, horses and spectators

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: A touching scene in a charitable institution, showing a portrait plaque of Queen Alexandra

A touching scene in a charitable institution, showing a portrait plaque of Queen Alexandra (Queen-Mother at the time) on the wall of a children's ward in the Alexandra Hospital

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Front cover of The Sketch featuring King George VI (1895 - 1952), with his wife and consort

Front cover of The Sketch featuring King George VI (1895 - 1952), with his wife and consort, Queen Elizabeth (1900 - 2002), and one of their pet dog Corgis. Date: 1941

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visiting the East End of London, which suffered fierce bombing

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visiting the East End of London, which suffered fierce bombing. They walked over debris examined the damage

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Victora with her grandchildren

Queen Victora with her grandchildren
Queen Victoria with Prince Albert Victor and Prince George of Wales and Princess Victoria of Hesse-Darmstadt (standing) and Princess Ella of Hesse-Darmstadt in 1871

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Victoria Young Family 1841

Queen Victoria Young Family 1841
Queen Victoria at the age of 22 with her two eldest children, Princess Victoria her first child and Prince Bertie her first son heir to the throne later Prince of Wales and then King Edward VII

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Catherine de'Medici with her son Charles IX (litho)

Catherine de'Medici with her son Charles IX (litho)
KW353689 Catherine de'Medici with her son Charles IX (litho) by English School, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Catherine de'Medici (1519-89)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth outside Buckingham Palace which suffered bomb damage

King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth outside Buckingham Palace which suffered bomb damage on 13 September 1940
529795 King George VI and Queen Mother Elizabeth outside Buckingham Palace which suffered bomb damage on 13 September 1940, during WWII (photo) by English Photographer

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit South London 1940

King George VI and Queen Elizabeth visit South London 1940
The Queen in South London after air raid - After viewing the wreckage at Buckingham Palace King George VI and Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Jane Seymour, Queen of England, third wife of King Henry VIII, , 1812 (engraving)

Jane Seymour, Queen of England, third wife of King Henry VIII, , 1812 (engraving)
7234596 Jane Seymour, Queen of England, third wife of King Henry VIII, , 1812 (engraving) by Holbein the Younger, Hans (1497/8-1543) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Jane Seymour)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Dona Maria II. (4 April 1819) (15 November 1853), the Educator or Good Mother

Dona Maria II. (4 April 1819) (15 November 1853), the Educator or Good Mother
7278962 Dona Maria II. (4 April 1819) (15 November 1853), the Educator or Good Mother by Unknown Artist, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Dona Maria II)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, After the drawing by John Singer Sargent

Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, After the drawing by John Singer Sargent. from The Duchess of York, c. 1928
3432491 Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, After the drawing by John Singer Sargent. from The Duchess of York, c.1928 by Sargent

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Edyve, the good queen and noble mother to Etheltane, Edmund and Eldred, Kinges of England, 1777

Edyve, the good queen and noble mother to Etheltane, Edmund and Eldred, Kinges of England, 1777. Creator: John Bayly
Edyve, the good queen and noble mother to Etheltane, Edmund and Eldred, Kinges of England... from The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, vols. 1-3, 1777

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The death of King Charles IX (1550-1574) The king died of pneumonia at the castle of Vincennes

The death of King Charles IX (1550-1574) The king died of pneumonia at the castle of Vincennes
JLJ4591967 The death of King Charles IX (1550-1574) The king died of pneumonia at the castle of Vincennes, to the right his mother Catherine de Medicis (Caterina de Medici)

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: The States General at Orleans, 1561 (colour litho)

The States General at Orleans, 1561 (colour litho)
IND388213 The States General at Orleans, 1561 (colour litho) by Tortorel, Jacques (fl.1568-92) (after); Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Edward the Confessor Stripping his Mother of Her Effects, c. 1763 (oil on canvas)

Edward the Confessor Stripping his Mother of Her Effects, c. 1763 (oil on canvas)
HEH416422 Edward the Confessor Stripping his Mother of Her Effects, c.1763 (oil on canvas) by Mortimer, John Hamilton (1741-79); 61.6x50.2 cm; Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Royal Command Performance November 1946

Royal Command Performance November 1946
King George VI, Queen Elizabeth (Queen Mother) and Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret

Background imageThe Queen Mother Collection: Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother in 1954

Queen Elizabeth II and the Queen Mother in 1954
The crowd outside the London Royal Court theatre sang Happy Birthday to the Queen Mother to mark her 54th birthday. With Queen Elizabeth II



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The Queen Mother Collection

The Queen Mother, born Elizabeth Angela Marguerite Bowes-Lyon, was the mother of Queen Elizabeth II and the widow of King George VI. She was a beloved figure in Britain and throughout the Commonwealth for her long life of service to her country. She was known for her warm personality, sense of humor and strong commitment to public duty. During World War II she visited bombed areas in London and other cities to boost morale among citizens. After the war she continued to be an active member of British society, attending events such as Trooping The Colour each year until shortly before her death at age 101 in 2002. Her funeral was attended by millions who lined the streets as a sign of respect for one who had served them so faithfully over such a long period of time.
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The Queen Mother collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning assortment of wall art and framed prints that pay homage to one of the most beloved members of the British royal family. Our collection features an array of images capturing the elegance, grace, and charm of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. From her early days as a young princess to her later years as a beloved matriarch, our collection offers a glimpse into the life and legacy of this iconic figure. Each print is carefully crafted using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure that every detail is captured with precision. Whether you are looking for a beautiful piece to adorn your home or office or seeking out a unique gift for someone special, The Queen Mother collection has something for everyone. With its timeless appeal and enduring beauty, these prints are sure to become treasured keepsakes for generations to come.
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