The largest-ever exhibition of The Prince of Wales's watercolours is on display at The Garrison Chapel, Chelsea Barracks.
The Garrison Chapel is an exhibition space in London, dedicated to telling the story and conveying the focus of The Prince’s Foundation, and will host the collection of HRH's paintings until February 14th 2022.
The exhibition contains spaces dedicated to many geographic areas, such as Scottish mountains, including the work “Beinn a’Bhuird across park at Invercauld near Brig O’Dee”, and the East African country of Tanzania. A section on France features predominantly scenes from the Provence region.
In reference to his watercolours, The Prince said:
I am under no illusion that my sketches represent great art or a burgeoning talent! They represent, more than anything else, my particular form of ‘photograph album’ and, as such, mean a great deal to me.
The free exhibition of HRH The Prince of Wales’s watercolours opened on Monday 8th November and runs until Monday 14th February (not including January 25th and January 31st to February 4th) at The Garrison Chapel at Chelsea Barracks in Belgravia, London. Find out more here.