THE UNRULY QUEEN AND THE PEOPLE’S PRINCESS | Queen Caroline and Princess Charlotte of Wales with Eugene Barilo von Reisberg

Tuesday 13 May 2014, 10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

The second lecture focuses on women in the life of George, Prince of Wales (future George IV): his wife, Princess Caroline of Brunswick, who was forced to flee the country to escape her husband’s persecution and abuse, and whom he famously banned from her own coronation; and their only daughter, the beloved and popular Princess Charlotte of Wales, who openly rebelled against her father’s tyranny.

EUGENE BARILO VON REISBERG is a writer, researcher, and art consultant. He is an internationally acknowledged authority on Franz Xaver Winterhalter, the nineteenth-century elite portrait specialist, and he is currently completing a doctoral thesis on the artist at the University of Melbourne

Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1860), Caroline, Princess of Wales, with her daughter, Princess Charlotte of Wales, 1801, The Royal Collection, England, RCIN 407292

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