Queen's Portrait Campaign




































































To commemorate Queen Elizabeth's historic milestone of 60 years on the throne, Lytton Patrick Brown founded the Queen's Portrait Campaign which will see official portraits presented for display creating a renewed visual presence of the Queen in public places in Ontario & Canada as was once the norm earlier in her reign.



21 April, 2012 
Launch of campaign, East York, Ontario


12 May
Ireland House, Burlington, Ontario


25 June
Rolph Road School, East York, Ontario










14 October
Wallace House, Woodbridge, Ontario










29 November
Hotel Victoria, Toronto, Ontario.









2013
13 March
Western Fair, London, Ontario.










15 March
Oxford Historical Society & Old St. Paul's Church, Woodstock, Ontario. 











16 March
Eldon House, London, Ontario.












1 June
Elman Campbell Museum, Newmarket, Ontario












16 August
Town Hall, Orangeville, Ontario.










25 September
Town Hall, Aurora, Ontario.











27 November
Joseph Brandt Museum, Burlington, Ontario.











2014

30 October
The Old Mill, Toronto, Ontario.



21 November
London Calling, Toronto, Ontario










2015








23 January
St. John's Anglican Church
Kingston, Ontario








25 January
St. George's Cathedral, Kingston, Ontario









27 March
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre
Oakville, Ontario











1 September
Fort Calgary, Calgary, Alberta










2 September
Kerby Centre, Calgary, Alberta







2016



4 March 
Church & Schools of the Transfiguration
Toronto, Ontario










Dates not set



5 May, Automotive Museum, Oshawa, Ontario

Toll House, Toronto, Ontario

Glenerin Inn, Mississauga, Ontario

Rose Avenue Public School, Toronto, Ontario

Montessori, Etobicoke, Ontario

St. George's Church, Oshawa

5 May, Automotive Museum, Oshawa, Ontario

Cabbagetown & Regent Park Museum, Toronto

Lakeshore Collegiate, Etobicoke, Ontario

Olivet School, Etobicoke, Ontario

St. George's in the Pines Church, Banff Alberta

Town Hall, Banff, Alberta















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