Saturday, August 6, 2016
Prince Charles Exhibits Two Paintings at 81st Society of Caithness Artists Art Exhibition
Caption: Charles is staying at the Queen's old home the Castle of Mey
THE PRINCE Of Wales has exhibited two of his paintings in Caithness, where he is currently on holiday.
The original watercolours are on display at the 81st Society of Caithness Artists Art Exhibition running until August 13 in Thurso High School.
Exhibit 277, getting its first outing, states “A watercolour by HRH Duke of Rothesay. Abandoned Croft on the island of Stroma, Caithness.”
The painting is a breathtaking view looking out over the Pentland Firth which Prince Charles can see from his bedroom window in the Castle of Mey while on his annual holiday to Caithness. Click link for full post from EXPRESS.
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Posted by Marie at 3:03:00 PM