“I am one of those people who searches. I’m interested in pursuing the path, if I can find it, through the thickets.”
Prince Charles (1948 – Present)
His Royal Highness has been painting for most of his adult life, studying under the tuituion of artists such as Edward Seago, John Ward, Bryan Organ and Derek Hill. Continuing the Royal tradition of art in the family The Prince of Wales’s work first came to public notice at a 1977 exhibition at Windsor Castle. The Prince primarily paints landscapes set in locations including The Queen’s estate at Balmoral in Scotland and Sandringham House in Norfolk, England. The Prince of Wales is also a keen collector and patron of the arts.
Copyright of The Prince’s watercolours belongs to A. G. Carrick Ltd, a trading arm of The Prince’s Charities Foundation. The name uses two of The Prince’s four Christian names (Arthur and George) and one of his titles, The Earl of Carrick. The Prince has previously held exhibitions of lithographs made from his original paintings.