Antique Photograph: John Brown sits for a portrait c. He was the personal attendant to Queen Victoria who often stayed at Balmoral, her Highland retreat, after the death of her beloved Prince Albert in
Child of John Brown & Margaret Leys of Scotland, servant & friend of Queen Victoria John Brown on a mourning brooch worn by Queen Victoria for him. He had faithfully served the Queen for 18 years at the time of his death.
John Brown Dec Mar Scotland by unknown Artist. He was Queen Victoria’s (Alexandrina Victoria) May Jan UK trusted servant & friend who did much to bring her out of seclusion after Albert's death. He was the Child of John Brown & Margaret Leys Scotland.
The famous John Brown, friend of Queen Victoria. An all around interesting guy. Queen Victoria was buried with a ring that he gave her. He helped her deal with her deep mourning for Albert……PLUS A LITTLE DILLY-DALLYING ON THE SIDE…….
John Brown painting lesson plan from the Met. A prisoner in arm cuffs exiting the front door of a house, leaning down to kiss a baby in the arms of a woman; on the street, armed guards line the entrance to the stoop of the house.
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