Queen Victoria Eugenia by Ricardo Macarrón, 1967
“I was shaking all over. Her presence was imposing, her movements, her gestures. Usually, all those (royal) portraits suppose a strain, but I have never seen anything like her”
Macarrón, who made numerous royal portraits (five generations of the Spanish Roya Family, Monaco’s Princess Grace or Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret from the United Kingdom among others), had this to say of the old Queen in 2001.
King Alfonso XIII of Spain and fianceé , Princess Victoria Eugenia of Battenberg. 1906.
Spanish Royal Family (Alfonso XIII Time)
Queen Victoria Eugenia “Ena” of Spain in court gown
Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain and godmother, dowager empress Eugenie of France. Late 1910s.
Dowager Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain by Ricardo Macarrón, 1967
Signatures of Queen Victoria Eugenia, Infante Juan, Infanta María de las Mercedes, King Alfonso XIII and members of the House of Bourbon, Bourbon-Parma, Orléans-Braganca and others
Queen Victoria Eugenia in diamond and aquamarine jewellery.