The palace arts journals, which publish a wide variety of journals that are both scholarly and inspirational, are set to publish the first issue of their inaugural issue on Thursday.
“This is the first time we have had the pleasure to publish a journal from the Royal Palaces and I am thrilled to welcome the first ever royal palace arts and crafts journal to join us,” said Katherine Mather, the editor of the journal, in a statement.
She said the first volume will be a collection of art and design essays from the royal archives, and will focus on a variety of subjects, from the origins of royal fashion and fashion history to royal history.
The journal will publish more than 2,000 essays each year, Mather said, and she expects to include a lot of popular works, such as the designs of the Royal Palace gardens and the royal gardens itself.
Mather said she hopes the journal will help inspire young people to get involved in art, and encourage people to take an interest in the royal royal gardens.
Her first journal will be titled “Pantry Arts Journal,” but Mather says she plans to keep the name “palace” for the next one.
I think the Palace Arts Journal is a great way to start the journey for young people in terms of finding their voice and wanting to help shape a future,” she said.
Read more about royal palace art and craft journal here: https://t.co/0zpZr4Zw8ppic.twitter.com/qZwVX6x3fB — The Royal Palais (@RoyalPalais) December 8, 2019The Royal Palades and its art and art history collections are currently the largest collection of royal art and crafts in the world, with an estimated 2,500 pieces.
Its art and architecture collections span more than 40,000 objects, and it has more than 70,000 works on display at the Royal Collection in London.
In 2017, it hosted the Royal Philharmonic, which has had the largest and most diverse collection of music ever curated in the UK.
Royal palaces also feature prominently in the history of Britain, with some of the most significant events including the birth of Queen Victoria, the coronation of King George V, and the opening of the Great Exhibition of 1844.