Canadian artist is commissioned by State of Alberta to paint portraits of Queen and Duke.
GV Artist Llewellyn Petley-Jones, Canadian living in Britain, sketching portrait of his daughter Elizabeth aged 13 years, watched by his six other children. SV The children watching their father sketching. CU The twins Catherine and Jocelyn. Low angle shot, children watching their father sketch Elizabeth. CU Petley-Jones sketching. SV Petley-Jones sketching Elizabeth. CU Elizabeth sitting. CU Petley-Jones sketching. CU Petley-Jones putting finishing touches to the sketch of Elizabeth. GV Interior of the Imperial Institute showing the large 9 ft canvases painted by Petley-Jones on demand of Government of Alberta. Canvas of the Queen Elizabeth II and canvas of the Duke of Edinburgh, pan to the painting of the Duke. CU The painting of Prince Philip. CU Artist Petley-Jones smiling, looking up at the painting. SV Petley-Jones pointing to the painting watched by the Agent-General for Alberta, Mr R. A. McMullen and his wife Mrs McMullen. SV Petley-Jones pointing to the painting of the Queen, pan up to the painting. CU Petley-Jones looking up. CU Petley-Jones pointing to the CU of the painting.
(Orig.Neg.) (Title scene B)