Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Yeah. Yes, There's a range off Italian painting in the Italian painting has it has a huge chronological ranges from the Renaissance, from petition right through to Canaletto. And then the rest of the exhibition is really made up off paintings from the low countries. So that's Holland and Flanders, the Dutch Republic and Spanish Netherlands on. That gives you a range from Rubens on Van Dyke and Rembrandt, sort of ambitious portrait to the more domestic works that you can see in the room we're standing in the moment. These works, which were created absolutely not for palace, is not for kings, their their domestic on. They deal with everyday life. The Royal Collection Trust that charity that manages the royal collection was very seriously affected by loss of revenue. Absolutely. I can't give you precise figures, but very, very seriously affected.