National Portrait Gallery
The National Portrait Gallery in the centre of London was founded ‘to promote through the medium of portraits the appreciation and understanding of the men and women who have made and are making British history and culture, and ... to promote the appreciation and understanding of portraiture in all media". - National Portrait Gallery mission statement.
Christine has a place in British history and has influenced its culture, and so she also has earned a her place in this museum.
The V&A is London leading museum of art and design.
Exhibition - The making of an Iconic image: Christine Keeler 1963
By Pauline Boty
Pauline was a celebrated and important founder of the the British pop art movement and in 1964 she painted this piece, ‘Scandal ‘63.
It's held up to be of exceptional importance but it went missing the same year it was painted and it's whereabouts are currently unknown and surrounded in mystery.
Randomly - The Christine Keeler colouring book!
Thanks to Fionn Wilson for finding