Boasting iconic images from world-renowned photographers from Cecil Beaton to David Bailey and Lord Snowdon to Annie Leibovitz, this sumptuous volume is the definitive visual chronicle of Queen Elizabeth II's seventy-year reign.
Born in 1926, married in 1947, crowned as Queen in 1953, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has carried out her duty for more than six decades. TASCHEN celebrates her remarkable royal story with a new edition of Her Majesty, a definitive photographic collection of her public and private life.
Brimming with history, tradition, glamour, and culture, the book spans the Queen's early years right through to her most recent state tours and ceremonies. Along the way, we trace her coming of age during World War II; her marriage, motherhood, and coronation; her encounters with such icons of their age as the Beatles, Marilyn Monroe, and JFK; and her extensive international travels. We visit the spectacular royal palaces and enjoy the infectious celebration of royal weddings and jubilees. We witness the elegance of official portraits, and the tenderness and humor of informal and family moments.
As much a showcase of top photographers as a royal celebration, Her Majesty includes the work of such luminaries as Cecil Beaton, Studio Lisa, Dorothy Wilding, Karsh, Lord Snowdon, David Bailey, Patrick Lichfield, Wolfgang Tillmans, Rankin, and Annie Leibovitz.
Publisher: Taschen GmbH
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 3228 g
Dimensions: 340 x 250 mm
Edition: Multilingual edition
'A stunning photographic compendium covering every detail of the Queen's remarkable life.' - Telegraph Magazine
'Stunning, rare photos of a young Queen Elizabeth.' - vogue.com
'If you're a fan of the Queen you need this coffee table tome.' - tatler.com
'Her Majesty like never before.' - gq-magazine.co.uk
'A regal read.' - Town & Country
'A glorious royal life in pictures.' - Hello!
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