Queen Elizabeth II holographic portrait on loan to Taiwan museumProvided by iStock

An exhibit at Tainan’s Chimei Museum featuring a holographic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II has become a popular attraction for visitors, according to a report by the Taipei Times; the ruler passed away on September 8, the longest-reigning sovereign in United Kingdom history.
The portrait, on loan from the U.K. National Portrait Gallery, is titled “Equanimity” and was created by Chris Levine in 2004 as the first holographic portrait of the Queen, in which she wears her 1953 coronation dress and the George IV State Diadem.
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