Man arrested after queens portrait defaced at Westminster Abbey

Author : heteroepy1971
Publish Date : 2021-03-31


Man arrested after queens portrait defaced at Westminster Abbey

A man has been arrested after a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was defaced with paint Thursday at Westminster Abbey in London, police said.

The 41-year-old man is being held at a central London police station on suspicion of causing criminal damage, London's Metropolitan Police said. The suspect has not been named by police.

The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement.



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It went on public display last month as part of the abbey's celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the queen's coronation.

The 9-foot by 11-foot oil painting depicts the queen in state dress, including the crimson velvet robe she wore for her coronation in 1953, in an imagined scene at night in the abbey.

According to the abbey website, it captures the queen 'in a moment of solitary reflection.'

Last week, the queen and other royals attended a service at the abbey to mark 60 years since her coronation there.

There have been 38 coronations at Westminster Abbey since the coronation of William the Conqueror in 1066.

Westminster Abbey is also where Prince William married Catherine Middleton in 2011.

Gallery: A look at the life of Queen Elizabeth II

Last week, the queen and other royals attended a service at the abbey to mark 60 years since her coronation there. The 41-year-old man is being held at a central London police station on suspicion of causing criminal damage, London's Metropolitan Police said. The suspect has not been named by police. Last week, the queen and other royals attended a service at the abbey to mark 60 years since her coronation there. The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement. The 41-year-old man is being held at a central London police station on suspicion of causing criminal damage, London's Metropolitan Police said. The suspect has not been named by police. Last week, the queen and other royals attended a service at the abbey to mark 60 years since her coronation there. The 9-foot by 11-foot oil painting depicts the queen in state dress, including the crimson velvet robe she wore for her coronation in 1953, in an imagined scene at night in the abbey. The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement. According to the abbey website, it captures the queen 'in a moment of solitary reflection.' The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement. Westminster Abbey is also where Prince William married Catherine Middleton in 2011. It went on public display last month as part of the abbey's celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the queen's coronation. The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement. A man has been arrested after a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was defaced with paint Thursday at Westminster Abbey in London, police said. The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement. Westminster Abbey is also where Prince William married Catherine Middleton in 2011. It went on public display last month as part of the abbey's celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the queen's coronation. The 9-foot by 11-foot oil painting depicts the queen in state dress, including the crimson velvet robe she wore for her coronation in 1953, in an imagined scene at night in the abbey. It went on public display last month as part of the abbey's celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the queen's coronation. According to the abbey website, it captures the queen 'in a moment of solitary reflection.' A man has been arrested after a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II was defaced with paint Thursday at Westminster Abbey in London, police said. The 9-foot by 11-foot oil painting depicts the queen in state dress, including the crimson velvet robe she wore for her coronation in 1953, in an imagined scene at night in the abbey. Westminster Abbey is also where Prince William married Catherine Middleton in 2011. The 9-foot by 11-foot oil painting depicts the queen in state dress, including the crimson velvet robe she wore for her coronation in 1953, in an imagined scene at night in the abbey. Last week, the queen and other royals attended a service at the abbey to mark 60 years since her coronation there. Westminster Abbey is also where Prince William married Catherine Middleton in 2011. The portrait, by the Australian-born artist Ralph Heimans, is being taken down until the damage can be remedied, the abbey said in a statement. Gallery: A look at the life of Queen Elizabeth II The 9-foot by 11-foot oil painting depicts the queen in state dress, including the crimson velvet robe she wore for her coronation in 1953, in an imagined scene at night in the abbey.

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