ARTS & CULTURE
01/18/2013 07:40 am ET Updated Jan 18, 2013

Finally On Display: The Extraordinary Queen Portrait Banished For 60 Years

The controversial painting was once banned from Liverpool town hall because it looked nothing like the Queen and her neck was "too long". Embarrassed council chiefs ordered it to be hidden from public view in the vaults.

But now the artwork, which councillors have tried to hide for more than half a century, will hang in the city's St George's Hall.

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