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Queen Beatrix

Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands - her birthday with sculptors at her palace in The Hague.

2008 - Queen Beatrix and the sculptors with their partners an her 70th birthday at the Huis ten Bosch palace in the Hague.

A year earlier her children had made a plan to surprise her on her birthday. Princess Laurentien would make and publish a book about the sculpture collection of the queen and interviews with the sculptors of those sculptures. On the day of Queen Beatrix's seventieth birthday, January 31 2008, she would be given the book, and as an extra surprise the sculptors were secretly invited to be present.

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Queen Beatrix
Henry Moore Italy 1970
Henry Moore Italy 1971
Henry Moore Italy 3
Henry Moore England
Jorma Hautala - Kari Huhtamo - Matti Peltokangas
Christo and Jeanne Claude
Truus Schröder-Schräder
John (Jack) Wesley and Hannah Green
Donald Judd
Gerard Fieret

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