EXHIBITION AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE THIS SUMMER SELECTED BY THE PRINCE OF WALES
To mark the 70th birthday of The Prince of Wales this year, the Summer Opening of Buckingham Palace will include a special display of over 100 works of art personally selected by His Royal Highness.
Having grown up surrounded by the Royal Collection, The Prince of Wales has enjoyed a life-long passion for art and, as Chairman of The Royal Collection Trust and Patron of several arts charities, has promoted the creation and understanding of art worldwide.
In the exhibition Prince and Patron
within the State Rooms at Buckingham Palace, a selection of The Prince’s favourite works of art from the Royal Collection will be shown alongside works created by young artists supported by three of His Royal Highness’s charities – The Royal Drawing School, The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts and Turquoise Mountain. These charities were founded by The Prince of Wales to encourage the revival of dying arts and to maintain traditional skills for the benefit of artists and communities across the world.The Palace will be open to visitors this summer from 21 July – 30 September 2018.