Image: Prince Consort's Cenopath, Windsor
(Alvah, Scotland, 1823 - 1893, Aberdeen, Scotland)

Prince Consort's Cenopath, Windsor , c. 1870s

Albumen print
4 7/8 in. x 7 3/4 in. (12.38 cm x 19.69 cm)
Museum Acquisition Fund
When Queen Victoria's husband, Prince Albert, died prematurely in 1861 at age 42, Victoria ordered that a fifteenth-century chapel at Windsor Castle be renovated and dedicated to her late husband; she opened it to the public in 1875.  Visitors then, as now, marveled at the white marble effigy of the Prince Consort and the opulent interior of the chapel.  
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