The Queen's Gallery Private View

Friday 18th March 2016 to Sunday 9th October 2016 in The Queen's Gallery

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The Queen’s Gallery Private View

The Queens Gallery

The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace is a permanent space dedicated to changing exhibitions of items from the Royal Collection, the wide-ranging collection of art and treasures held in trust by The Queen for the Nation.

Team Tactics are able to bring together a wonderfully exclusive VIP corporate evening at The Queen’s Gallery. Using two decades of experience  we bring an evening of history, exclusivity and charm to the discerning client. Currently exhibiting, ‘Scottish Artists 1750-1900: from Caledonia to the Continent’ from Friday 18th March to Sunday 19th October 2016.

This exhibition will open your eyes to the most celebrated Scottish artists at home and abroad including the iconic Allan Ramsey and Sir David Wilkie. 

After the staggering success of the ‘Leonardo da Vinci’ exhibition and ‘The Heart of the Great Alone’ in previous years at The Queen’s Gallery, this exhibition will only continue the reputation that the Queen’s Gallery has following on from the Garden exhibition which was held until February.  

At the end of your private viewing of the exhibition, guests will enjoy a glass of wine served in The Queen’s Gallery shop as well as a 20% discount should you or your guests wish to purchase a memento of the evening. After, executive transfers await to take you and your guests to either Sartoria on Saville Row or Mosimann’s Private Dining Club in nearby Belgravia, where you will enjoy an unforgettable dining experience.

 

The Queens Gallery and ‘Scottish Artists 1750-1900: from Caledonia to the Continent’

The Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham Palace was opened after a £20 million expansion project which was the most substantial addition to Buckingham Palace in 150 years! This new development was opened as part of the Golden Jubilee celebrations by Her Majesty The Queen in May 2002 and hosts a programme changing iconic exhibitions from the Royal Collection. Currently exhibiting, The Queens Gallery and ‘Scottish Artists 1750-1900: from Caledonia to the Continent’. This is a perfect space for corporate groups to enjoy iconic art after the crowds have gone and you can have the pleasure of listening to a private talk and a complimentary glass of wine in the souvenir shop.

Scottish Artists brings together paintings, drawings and miniatures collected by monarchs from George III to Queen Victoria. The exhibition includes the work of painters who were born in Scotland and travelled abroad, such as Allan Ramsay and Sir David Wilkie, and of those whose inspiration remained firmly rooted in their native land, such as Alexander Nasmyth and James Giles. The importance and influence of artists whose work was shaped by the ideas of the Scottish Enlightenment is highlight throughout the exhibition.

This is the perfect evening for corporate groups offering a fantastic evening tour along with the very best in culinary enjoyment. An exclusive tour followed by a private talk will bring the pictures to life as you explore the legendary gallery. Guests can include a superior dining experience as part of their evening at the private dining club Mosimann’s in Belgravia or alternatively at Sartoria private dining in Mayfair. Guests will enjoy a sumptuous three-course meal in one of the luxuriously appointed private dining rooms as you toast to an excellent bespoke event with your group.

Package Includes

  • Private evening viewing of The Queen’s Gallery ‘Painting Paradise: The Art of the Garden
  • Private talk by an expert historian bringing the exhibition to life
  • Glass of wine served in The Queen’s Gallery shop
  • 20% discount in the souvenir shop
  • Executive transfers to Sartoria, Mayfair or Mosimann’s, Belgravia
  • Private Dining experience
  • Three-course meal with coffee
  • Half bottle of wine and mineral water per person
  • Event management in attendance

3 Reviews for The Queen’s Gallery

Henry Pollard

It was a wonderful occasion, brilliant exhibition and Henry did an excellent job presenting the story of the Antarctic with great passion.
What an age it was and despite everything I still come out on the side of Scott, although historians may have a different view.

Event rating 5
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Julian Davis

It was a great evening and with Henry’s talk a real way to develop a feel for the experience of the expeditions. The photo book is a nice reminder!

Event rating 4.5
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