Portrait of Richard III goes on public display for the first time
A late 16th-century portrait of Richard III
has gone on display at Hever Castle in Kent for the first time. The painting of the monarch has never been publicly displayed before and has been in a private collection for many years.
The portrait of Richard III will take its place in the Hever Castle Long Gallery as part of a permanent display opened in 2018, curated by Dr David Starkey. Hever Castle believe it is an important addition to their collection.
Richard III, English School, late 16th century