Fine art photographer and digital artist Alexia Sinclair’s works are a curious mix of historical scenes and creative fantasy that combine show us the hedonistic beauty of power and corruption in the world’s Royal Courts. In her series the Regal Twelve and the Royal Dozen, Sinclair recreates some of the most ruthless and fascinating royals and aristocrats dating back two millennia, in all their debauched and bejeweled glory.
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